Two-step verification starts rolling out for Microsoft accounts

Two-step verification starts rolling out for Microsoft accounts

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Everyone else is doing it, so why not Microsoft right? The company has been accused of playing the "me too" game in the past, but we're not going to complain when the the end result is better security. Over the next few days, Redmond will begin enabling two-step verification...
Two-step verification starts rolling out for Microsoft accounts
                                 

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