Two-Step Verification

Apple Enables Two-Step Verification for iCloud.com

iCloud.com will now ask users for a code sent to a trusted device as Apple rolls out a two-step verification system for the site (via MacRumors). If you’d like to access Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Reminders, Pages, Numbers, or Keynote from a web browser, you will need to have the device marked as "trusted" when you...

Apple Rolling Out Two-Step Verification to Further Secure iCloud.com

Last May, Apple launched two-step verification in Canada, part of a second wave of launch countries to gain access to the added security feature. Now, it appears Apple is rolling out the security feature to iCloud.com, as spotted by an AppleInsider reader: With the new implementation, shown in the screenshot above, Apple is expanding its...

Evernote Opens Two-Step Verification Up To Free Users As Well

Evernote's two-step verification, also known as two-factor authentication, which was previously available to Evernote Premium and Evernote Business users only, is now available to free users as well. The security feature was introduced a few months back that adds an additional layer of security to the login process, requiring users to enter a special code from their phone,...