Two-Factor Authentication

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Instagram

What’s two-factor authentication? How do I use it? Two-factor authentication is a security feature. When two-factor authentication is on, every time you log into Instagram from an unknown device you’ll be asked to enter an SMS security code or backup code in addition to your username and password. To turn two-factor authentication on: Go to […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for HootSuite

Manage Google Authenticator Hootsuite’s 2-Step verification security feature uses the Google Authenticator mobile app to enhance the protection of your Hootsuite account.  It requires you to sign in to your Hootsuite account with your username and password, as well as with the Google Authenticator code on your mobile device. Each code has a one-time use, […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Facebook

Two-factor authentication is a security feature that helps protect your Facebook account in addition to your password. If you set up two-factor authentication, you’ll be asked to enter a special login code or confirm your login attempt each time someone tries accessing Facebook from a computer or mobile device we don’t recognize. You can also […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Dreamhost

Multifactor Authentication overview Multifactor Authentication (MFA) is an effective solution that increases the security of your account. It requires the following: The first layer of security is your username and password. The second layer requires a one-time pass code which you enter before you can gain access to your DreamHost account. This second layer of […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Docusign

Two-Step Verification Two-step verification is a standard security feature aimed at protecting your data. This feature protects your account by requiring two pieces of verification before you can access DocuSign. By default, all users are protected by their password. But with two-step verification, you must know something (your password) and you must have something (access […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Dashlane

What is Two-Factor Authentication? Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is a feature that will keep your account even safer in the event someone manages to get access to your master password. With 2FA, a hacker will not be able to access your data unless they also have a hold of the device you set up Two-Factor Authentication […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Buffer

Setting up 2-Step Login First, log in to your Buffer account like normal. Then go to “My Account” and choose “Access & Password“: On the Access & Password page, click on “Enable 2-Step Login”: There are currently two ways to generate 2-step codes on your phone: via text message or with the Google Authenticator app […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Bluehost

Two-Factor Authentication Two-factor authentication, also known as 2FA or two-step verification, is an optional feature designed to prevent anyone but you from accessing your hosting account by requiring two forms of identity verification: your password and an authentication code. 2FA is ideal for anyone looking to increase their account security because stealing your password isn’t […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for Amazon

About Two-Step Verification Two-Step Verification adds an additional layer of security to your account. Instead of simply entering your password, Two-Step Verification requires you to enter a unique security code in addition to your password during sign-in. Turning on Two-Step Verification Here’s how to enable Amazon’s Two-Step Verification, a feature that adds an extra layer […]

Enable Two-Factor Authentication for 1Password

Two-factor authentication is an extra layer of protection for your 1Password account. With two-factor authentication, a six-digit authentication code will be required to sign in to your account on a new device, in addition to your Master Password and Secret Key. Get an authenticator app Before you can use two-factor authentication with your 1Password account, […]

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