A 2FA device to protect yourself from hackers
#3 Product of the DayAugust 30, 2018
Like a second lock after your password, Titan Security Keys help prevent phishing and keep out anyone who shouldn’t have access to your online accounts. Security keys are the same level of security used internally at Google.
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Google's new security key will protect you from phishing attacksGoogle's new $50 Titan Security Key adds extra security to your account, and helps protect Facebook, Dropbox and other services, too, as long as you don't lose it. CNBC's Todd Haselton puts it to the test.
Google's in-house security key is now available to anyone who wants oneGoogle's Titan Security Key is finally available to anyone who wants one. The two-factor token went live today in the Google store, with a full kit available for $50, shipping immediately. The kits include a USB key, a Bluetooth key, and various connectors.
This is Google's Titan security keyGoogle isn't one to shy away from bold claims. "We have had no reported or confirmed account takeovers since implementing security keys at Google," a spokesperson told TechCrunch. And it's probably true. Think of a security key as like a two-factor authentication code that&#...
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