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Google’s two-step verification will soon take just one step

Google recognizes that it’s no fun scrambling to enter a verification code every time you log into one of your accounts. Most accounts now offer two-step authentication, which serves as a security measure but makes logging in more cumbersome.  Enter Google’s updated two-step verification, which will reportedly require just a tap of a push notification … Continue reading “Google’s two-step verification will soon take just one step”

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Google recognizes that it’s no fun scrambling to enter a verification code every time you log into one of your accounts. Most accounts now offer two-step authentication, which serves as a security measure but makes logging in more cumbersome. 

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Enter Google’s updated two-step verification, which will reportedly require just a tap of a push notification to grant you access to Google-related accounts. The feature will be available for iOS and Android, though iPhone users will need to download the Google Search app. 

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Pavithra Mohan is a staff writer for Fast Company.

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