Twitter is currently testing two-factor authentication, and plans to roll it out to users soon, according to a report.
The microblogging network is conducting internal tests before gradually debuting the security measure site-wide, Wired reported Tuesday night.
Also known as “two-step verification,” two-factor authentication prevents fraud by forcing users to provide two pieces of information that will verify their identity. Bank customers, for example, must provide both a physical card and PIN number.
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