Two Form Authentication

With standard security procedures only requiring a username and password, it had become very easy for criminals to get access to a user’s personal and financial details. Two-factor authentication is a security process in which the user provides two means of identification from different categories of credentials; one is usually an object, such as a card, and the other is usually something memorized, such as a security code. Using a Two Factor Authentication process can help to reduce the number of cases of identity theft on the Internet because the criminal would need more than just the users name and password details.

OTP Authenticators

OTP (one-time password) is an automatically generated number (changes every 30 or 60 seconds) that authenticates the user for a single transaction or session.

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