Thursday, 30 May 2013


There's no denying that two-factor authentication is valuable for anyone looking to protect their Twitter account from hackers, but there's been a resounding frustration from brands with multiple social-media managers ever since the security feature launched last week.

Before Twitter rolled out two-factor authentication, all users were logging in to Twitter the same way — it didn't matter if you had two followers or 2 million. Now Twitter has a security method called login verification, which is essentially like double-locking your door at night to decrease the chances of an intruder breaking in. Read more...

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