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Google Authenticator is a multifactor app for mobile devices.
I'm building a macOS app in a week with Tauri and Supabase. about 5 months ago:Many authenticator apps already exist on Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Most of them have synchronization features but are limited to backup only or sync with the same platform (ie: iOS or Android only). I'm using one of them for years and at this moment I'm feeling bothered when switching to a mobile device every time login into a website or online service. So, I created Otentik Authenticator. A Google...
Best rated Two-Factor Authentication smartphone app for consumers, simplest 2fa Rest API for developers and a strong authentication platform for the enterprise.
is this game dead? about 1 day agoYou will probably get tradelocked early on if you don't set up your account's security measures. When setting up the authenticator, you can use authy instead of google's app or winauth if you don't have a phone.
Duo Mobile works with Duo Security's two-factor authentication service to make logins more...
Moving it all to yubico authenticator? about over 1 year agoCall me lazy but..for phone 2FA auth I'm using Duo in personal mode (TOTP). See guide.duo.com for a start. It's convenient and fast. My Yubikey is used for PC web 2FA and, no, I don't do any financials on mobile devices. Reason I picked Duo is Google Auth on Android had dings for not being secure (some say). BEWARE of Duo, if you try to buy they only sell in packs of 30 so that first bill could be...
The only full stack Identity & Access Manager. The IAM solution encompasses: multi-factor authentication, single sign-on,enterprise password manager & vaulting, end point access management, directory services & over 60,000 application integrations.
FlutterFlow: Low Code Flutter Apps about over 1 year ago:Under security and identity management can you add: https://saaspass.com/ and https://acmelogin.com/.
LastPass is an online password manager and form filler that makes web browsing easier and more secure.
Security should go beyond cryptocurrency. about over 1 year ago:This is often discussed on this sub. When 2FA security is offered for a service you use, definitely use 2FA. Most people already know Google Authenticator, but for those that want to step away from Google, there are alternatives. Authy and LastPass are a few names I can recommend, though you'll have to DYOR on their differences.
One app to quickly and securely verify your identity online, for all of your accounts.
KB5014754 Auditing Event 39 about 2 days agoAccording to the link above, the event text is supposed to say "The Key Distribution Center (KDC) encountered a user certificate that was valid but could not be mapped to a user in a strong way (such as via explicit mapping, key trust mapping, or a SID). Such certificates should either be replaced or mapped directly to the user through explicit mapping. See https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2189925 to learn...