• Introduction

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  • Authentication is generally accomplished by validating one of three types of factors: something you know (e.g. a password), something you have (e.g. an ID card), and something you are (e.g. a fingerprint). Multi-factor authentication employs two or more types of factors. Web and mobile products most commonly employ the use of multi-factor authentication with a password used in conjunction with a time-based token that the user possesses, though approaches to MFA vary widely and present different tradeoffs.


























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