Yahoo! adds 2-step verification for account security


Yahoo! have now joined Google in adding 2-step verification for account security although it is only ‘beta’ right now. This means, after you login to your account with your password, you will have to verify the code sent to your mobile device or will have to answer a security question. It’s about time too. I personally believe the 2-step verification should be set as default for any cloud-based account.

Yahoo! users will have to enable the second sign-in verification feature from their Yahoo! account information page. You will be asked to enter a mobile phone number for authentication. The number will be verified by SMS before the new account verification option is enabled for your account. Read more...

December 12, 2011
Notify of
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Amanda Franky
6 months ago

A great hacker is really worthy of good recommendation , Henry
really help to get all the evidence i needed against my husband and
and i was able to confront him with this details from this great hacker
to get an amazing service done with the help ,he is good with what he does and the charges are affordable, I think all I owe him is publicity for a great work done via, Henryclarkethicalhacker at g mail com, and you can text, call him on whatsapp him on +12014305865, or +17736092741, 

Star Ernest
8 years ago
Lonny Mansfield
8 years ago
Alonzo Strachan
8 years ago
Augusta Meares
8 years ago
© HAKIN9 MEDIA SP. Z O.O. SP. K. 2023
What certifications or qualifications do you hold?
Max. file size: 150 MB.
What level of experience should the ideal candidate have?
What certifications or qualifications are preferred?

Download Free eBook

Step 1 of 4


We’re committed to your privacy. Hakin9 uses the information you provide to us to contact you about our relevant content, products, and services. You may unsubscribe from these communications at any time. For more information, check out our Privacy Policy.