You may have read reports of Gmail accounts being hacked despite the user having enabled the famed Google 2FA or two-factor authentication. This is because hackers are employing a new strategy to lure gullible users to hand over the 2FA code.
Some people can be tricked into disclosing their two-factor authentication code to criminals, as there is a new sly trick that makes them think that are in fact protecting their accounts while doing so.
Two-factor authentication (referred 2FA) is an important safety measure current mainstream of online services, from banks to Google, Facebook, and government agencies who have gradually adopted the security measures. In the two-factor authentication to protect the account needs to log operation when you need to enter a verification code to send SMS text messages, or even enter the correct password will be blocked by the system.
The login is classified as a hacking attempt, if the user doesn’t enter the code quickly, and the user is blocked from accessing the account, even if they entered the correct password.
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