LinkedIn today announced that it has added optional two-step authentication to its sign-in process. With this move, LinkedIn joins Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Facebook and numerous other services that have recently enabled two-factor authentication to make it harder for hackers to compromise their users’ accounts.
Twitter recently started two step authentication for their accounts. This enhances security and ensures account safety. This works with a nifty little trick where a one time password is sent to your mobile and you then need to enter it after logging in to start working on your account. Many of my friends asked me how to enable this. Here is a short video that explains the same.
Everyone has a facebook account and every account has it’s vagaries and features. There are a lot of circumstances that can lead you to change your facebook password. But do not make the mistake of changing your facebook password and think that your job is done. It is not! In fact there are a lot of things you need to do after the password change is done. Let us discuss it today.