Twitter to implement Two Factor Authentication

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You might have received those DMs on twitter  “..Someone is saying nasty things about you, click http://g.ly/ghut9k for details.
Well that might be stopping soon once twitter finds the right person for a job they advertised . The job description requires that the candidate “is conversant with the two factor authentication implementation (TFA).” Two-factor authentication seeks to decrease the probability that the requester is presenting false evidence of its identity. TFA drastically reduces identity theft because the victim’s password would no longer be enough to give a hacker permanent access to your information.
Other internet based companies have been implementing the two factor authentication in recent years.These include Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Amazon Web Services, Dropbox, Blizzard’s Battle.Net, and Valve’s.Steam.


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