What is googletwo factor authentication

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I know with the break down of security at ICloud everyone is trying to beef up their security . 

What is this Google two factor authentication suppose to be. 

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What is googletwo factor authentication

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Google's Two Factor Authentication is a method to verify one’s identity. With Google, it determines if the one logging-in is the real owner of the account. When you access your G-mail, basically it will ask for your username and password but the next step the system will send to your registered phone a code to be entered to verify if you are really the authenticated user of the account you logged-in. 

This process is used to eradicate intruders in Facebook, Twitter and webmail accounts. Google's Two Factor Authentication is a method to verify one’s identity. With Google, it determines if the one logging-in is the real owner of the account. When you access your G-mail, basically it will ask for your username and password but the next step the system will send to your registered phone a code to be entered to verify if you are really the authenticated user of the account you logged-in. 

This process is used to eradicate these intruders in Facebook, Twitter and webmail accounts.

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What is googletwo factor authentication

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Two factor authentication require a user to have a password and a phone with a unique number to add extra security to your account in Google. You will need your username and password and a code from Google which they will send via text or voice message and you will need to enter that code on logging in. 

With this – step verification, it will reduced the chances of getting your account information stolen by some intruders or unauthorized access. Those intruders will not be able to get your account information without obtaining the codes from your mobile phone.

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