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Sony Introduces 2FA for PlayStation Users

Posted on August 26th, 2016.

In a long-awaited and overdue move, Sony has finally introduced two-factor authentication to PlayStation users who can now enable the security feature on their PlayStation Network (PSN) accounts. Five years after suffering a devastating hack that compromised the user details of some 77 million PlayStation Network users, Sony has...

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Sony (Finally!) Brings 2FA Security to PlayStation Network

Posted on April 21st, 2016.

 In what is a long overdue effort to enhance its users’ security, Sony has finally confirmed that it is adding two-factor authentication to its popular gaming platform, the PlayStation Network. Whispers of an impending two-factor verification feature in the PlayStation Network was first spotted by users on the latest firmware update...

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LastPass Launches Its Own Two-Factor Authentication App

Posted on March 16th, 2016.

Popular password manager and vault LastPass has launched a free two-factor authentication (2FA) app that compliments its password manager and vault, bringing added security to users. The application is also designed to be used with “hundreds” of popular applications and websites, including Amazon, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook and more....

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Australian Government Advises Citizens to Switch off Two-Factor Authentication

Posted on December 23rd, 2015.

It’s a move that beggars belief. The Australian Government, via Twitter, is advising citizens to turn off their 2FA or two-factor authentication setting when they’re out of mobile range, a normal occurrence when travelling abroad. In a bizarre series of tweets, the Australian Government has advised citizens to disable two-factor...