Episode 768 – Google Multi-Factor Defaulting To Phone Notifications, Not SMS Text

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Multi-factor authentication should be enabled everywhere you can. However, if you use SMS text messages to get your codes that method is not as secure as it should be. This episode talks about Google changing the default method away from SMS and why.

Be aware, be safe.

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