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How to enable two-factor authentication on your accounts with Authy

Your online accounts (or at least, some of them) probably have troves of personal data in them, which is why hackers are constantly looking for ways to break into them. Passwords are usually their way in, as many people re-use passwords or choose common phrases. Even sharing the same password across two or more services can lead to trouble, as publicly-accessible password dumps become more common. Two-factor authentication, or 2FA for short, adds a second step to the login process that usually involves a temporary code or physical key — which makes it much harder for hackers to gain access to your accounts.

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How to turn on two-factor authentication for your Google account

Adding two-factor authentication to your online accounts is a great way to stay secure, as it means an attacker will need more than just your password if they want to gain access to your data. Your Google account likely has a treasure trove of data, especially if you use Gmail, so it's probably one of the services you need to protect the most.

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