Protect your LinkedIn Account with Two-Step Verification

Just before an week ago Twitter introduced two-step verification, and then Facebook has followed it. But now, LinkedIn has introduced the same two-step verification for their accounts. Twitter introduced two-step verification because Twitter accounts was hacked by some hacker recently. So they introduced this method in measure of protecting their users accounts.

Just before an week ago Twitter introduced two-step verification, and then Facebook has followed it. But now, LinkedIn has introduced the same two-step verification for their accounts. Twitter introduced two-step verification because Twitter accounts was hacked by some hacker recently. So they introduced this method in measure of protecting their users accounts.   This two-step verification method was first introduced by Google. And then it was followed by all bug social networks. Now LinkedIn announced in Friday that users must activate two-step verification via SMS to protect their accounts from violation or hacking. In LinkedIn accounts they are already protected by a series of automatic checks. According to the LinkedIn blog "Now, we are introducing a new optional feature that adds another layer of security to your LinkedIn sign-in: two-step verification. Read more at here"  This sudden method was introduced by LinkedIn because, last year LinkedIn was Hacked. The Russian Hacker stoles about 6 million encrypted passwords. Before a month Twitter accounts were hacked and password were stolen. For the main reason of hacking social netoworks are ready to use two-step verification for thier users accounts. Share your thoughts in comments!  via source : Mashable, LinkedIn Blog

This two-step verification method was first introduced by Google. And then it was followed by all bug social networks. Now LinkedIn announced in Friday that users must activate two-step verification via SMS to protect their accounts from violation or hacking. In LinkedIn accounts they are already protected by a series of automatic checks. According to the LinkedIn blog “Now, we are introducing a new optional feature that adds another layer of security to your LinkedIn sign-in: two-step verification. Read more at here

This sudden method was introduced by LinkedIn because, last year LinkedIn was Hacked. The Russian Hacker stoles about 6 million encrypted passwords. Before a month Twitter accounts were hacked and password were stolen. For the main reason of hacking social netoworks are ready to use two-step verification for thier users accounts. Share your thoughts in comments!

via source : Mashable, LinkedIn Blog

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