How To Enable Two-Factor Authentication On Facebook, Instagram, And Twitter
TECHPP, February 7th, 2020
February 7, 2020,
Volume 263, Issue 1

This should be the year when you finally stop procrastinating the idea of installing a password manager

"While following good account practices such as using strong passwords, taking advantage of a password manager to create complex and unique passwords for different accounts, and avoiding the use of dictionary passwords, ensures your account security to a greater extent, there are instances when even accounts with strong passwords pose a risk of account compromise.

For such instances, having another layer of security on your account (say, Two-Factor Authentication), in addition to a strong password, further ensures that your account is less susceptible to attacks. So, to help you do that here's a guide on how to enable Two-Factor Authentication across different social platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter..."

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