Fewer than one in 10 active Gmail users have enabled two-factor authentication, a free security measure meant to protect accounts against unauthorized access, a Google software engineer revealed Wednesday. The feature works by safeguarding accounts with two separate sets of credentials: the user’s password, and an auxiliary code that’s sent to their cellphone immediately following [...] read whole article

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