Rescheduled from March, this meeting will be of interest to both Apple and non-Apple users. Some of your accounts such as with Apple, Google, and Microsoft, can be made more secure with two-factor, or two-step, authentication. Accounts protected only by passwords are less secure because if someone else discovers your password, they can log in as you. Two-factor authentication requires two things to gain access to your account: “something you know” (your password), plus “something you have” (such as a temporary code on your phone).
We’ll take a look at an iOS (and Android) authenticator app, SAASPASS, that can generate that temporary code. It also has other capabilities. For example, it can unlock/log in to your Mac or Windows PC, without needing to enter your password.