Two-Factor Authentication in Windows

Simple passwords aren’t good enough any more, as the flood of stories about phishing, fraud, and compromised accounts by the millions demonstrate. The Next Big Thing in computer security is two-factor authentication and, like it or not, you’re probably going to be dealing with it in the next year or so. But two-factor authentication is a concept, not a product, and how it’s implemented is critical to its success.

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