Twitter has been working on integrating a two-factor authentication system to the service’s sign in process in the last couple of months. It’s main aim is to provide users of the company’s service with additional options to improve their account security.
Yesterday, Twitter announced that it began to roll out the login verification feature to all users of the service.
If you enable two-factor authentication, you are asked to enter a second code during sign in to Twitter. An attacker trying to get access to the account would have to know both the username and password and the second code. Since it is generated dynamically whenever you try to sign in, it is necessary to get hold of your mobile phone as the code is automatically send to your phone via SMS. Continue reading Secure your Twitter account by enabling login verification