LastPass Launches Two-Factor Authentication App on Mobile
The two-factor authentication app can be used to protect users’ LastPass accounts, and accounts on other supported sites.
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Password management platform LastPass has launched LastPass Authenticator, a two-factor authentication app used to protect users’ LastPass accounts and passwords on other supported sites.
With the LastPass Authenticator active, users must provide a authentication code in addition to their password when signing in to their LastPass account. The app generates six-digit codes every 30 seconds, and supports SMS codes, as well as push notifications, which allow users to approve or deny a login with a tap, rather than enter a code.