Episode 1197 – GitHub Requiring Multi-Factor Authentication For Code Contributors

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GitHub, the most popular code-sharing site, will be making two-factor authentication mandatory for code supplies by the end of 2023. This episode talks about this and why would shouldn’t wait until their deadlines to improve your accounts.

Source – https://github.blog/2022-05-04-software-security-starts-with-the-developer-securing-developer-accounts-with-2fa/


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