Security

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Shopify

Secure your account with two-step authentication Two-step authentication (also known as two-factor authentication) provides a more secure login process because when you (or anyone) attempts to sign in, you’ll have to provide the following information: The account password. A single-use authorization code generated by a mobile app or an SMS text message. This is like […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Quickbooks Online

QuickBooks Online Login Verification Code (Multi-Factor Authentication) Intuit uses multi-factor authentication across all of our products to protect your account and ensure only you have access to your data. As part of this verification, when you sign-in or when you make a change to your account information (such as email, password, user ID) you may be required […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Pinterest

Two-factor authentication Enable two-factor authentication to make your account more secure. When you log in, you’ll enter your password and a verification code. If someone else ever gets your password, they can’t log in without access to your phone or your backup code. Turn on two-factor authentication Make sure you have a trusted phone that […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Paypal

Enable 2FA (two factor authentication) for PayPal Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an extra layer of security that can be added to your user in the Control Panel, making it more difficult for unauthorized users to access your gateway. When you enable 2FA on your Control Panel account, you will be required to enter both your […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Outlook.com

About two-step verification Applies to: Microsoft account Two-step verification helps protect you by making it more difficult for someone else to sign in to your Microsoft account. It uses two different forms of identity: your password, and a contact method (also known as security info). Even if someone else finds your password, they’ll be stopped […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Nest

How to add 2-step verification to your account in the Nest app With optional 2-step verification, you’ll go through an extra layer of security to sign into your account in the Nest app. Applies to: Nest app, Nest Accounts 2-step verification helps prevent someone from signing into your account in the Nest app without your […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Mint

Multi-Factor Authentication in Mint Intuit has introduced security measures designed to help safeguard customers’ sensitive data. When you create or sign in to your account you will be asked to verify ownership of the account through multi-factor authentication. What exactly is multi-factor authentication? Multi-factor authentication is a two-step verification process that is focused on helping […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for LogMeIn Components

Two-Step Verification Two-step verification adds a second layer of protection to your account. Once you set up two-step verification, your login procedure changes: After entering your LogMeIn ID and password, you are also required to verify your identity using either a mobile authenticator app or text message (or using a backup method, which can be […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for LinkedIn

Two-Step Verification – Overview Two-step verification requires a person to use more than one form of verification to access an account, usually by “knowing something” such as a password and by “having something” such as a mobile device. Two-step verification can greatly reduce identity theft and unauthorized access to sensitive information since most accounts become […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for LastPass

Enable Multifactor Authentication on a specific device If you have not done so, log in to LastPass. In your web browser toolbar, click the LastPass icon  then click Open My Vault. In the left pane, click Account Settings. Click the Trust Devices tab. In the “Label” column, locate your device (the default auto-generated name will […]

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