Transact safely with Multi-Factor Authentication

30 Jan, 2019

Moving from passwords to contextual modes of authentication that are simple, protected, and non-vulnerable to threats.

A decade ago, passwords were everything; probably this secret code was all it took to access a web page, application or anything cyber. It’s no wonder to say that people were fascinated with this concept of “Passwords”, which we technically call “Single Factor Authentication”. Over the decades, technology kept advancing to newer heights, paving way for newer authentication methods like Two Factor Authentication (2FA), which enables the user to access the same web page or application with an alternate way of authenticating through an OTP, which is a one time password triggered to the user. OTP is a pseudo sequence of random numbers, alphabets or captcha that enables the application to validate the user identity.

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