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Twitter adds U2F support and other features to prevent phishing, spam and fake accounts - SC Magazine

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To better secure user accounts, Twitter announced it will soon be offering support for universal two-factor (U2F) as part of its effort to fight spam and malicious automation.

To better secure user accounts, Twitter announced it will soon be offering support for universal two-factor (U2F) as part of its effort to fight spam and malicious automation.

The new feature will help protect users from remote attacks because unlike text message codes which can be intercepted, U2F uses a physical device such as a two-factor keyfob which requires a user to push a button to authorize a login.

Anyone with the setting enabled will be able to use the new feature as long as the user's account is associated with a mobile number. Twitter will also require stricter authentication for new users as they will now be required to add some form of two step authentication, via email or with a mobile number, when creating a new account.

The new features help protect against fake phishing pages that...(continued)

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