TECH NEWS: Linked launches two-step verification feature to protect accounts

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Linked launches two-step verification feature to protect accounts

Linked launches two-step verification feature to protect accounts




two step verification linkedin Linked launches two-step verification feature to protect accounts
Linked network announced the launch of a two-step verification option to increase the level of security protection for user accounts, a move that comes after Twitter has launched recently after property operations increased to hack it.
The two-step verification option is turned on Linked In, go to the icon and privacy settings in the top right of the main screen, and then select Manage security settings from the bottom of the screen that appears after pressing the option Account.
Then press the green button Run Turn on in Division Two-step verification, and then press Done to the approval of the installation. Then you will be asked to provide your cell phone number and confirm the activation code you will receive in order to add a layer of protection.
After activation step verification option, when you log in to your account on Linked In and type your user name and password, will be sent a special random code to enter, and you will be asked to enter the code provided to you on your phone in order to follow-up. And you will be sent Linked message on your e-mail whenever entered on your account from a new device in order to make sure that this entry issued about you and not breached.