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2fa on account login, #OATH-TOTP

By: mikejonesey4 | 01-08-2016 12:57

I ran a search for 2fa, it returned no results.

I'm keen to see 2fa implemented on account login, there are many open source tools to assist with the setup so it should be a relativley easy task to implement on the website.

This would increase security alot, and protect whilst loggin in on possibly unsafe wifi networks.

tag words: OATH-TOTP / OATH-HOTP / yubikey / yubico / gemalto / google-authenticator



by: emmalouisep93
on: 28-12-2018 22:09

Great idea

by: tito6
on: 12-10-2018 23:40

Goof idea

Get a vot from me

by: adamtheant
on: 08-12-2018 19:50

Me too

by: adamtheant
on: 21-08-2018 00:13

Good luck

by: emmalouisep93
on: 08-06-2018 12:21


by: jimgirling
on: 01-02-2018 23:48

Yes agree, 2FA on the GiffGaff account using something like Google Authenticator would make things a lot more secure.

by: lily418
on: 29-09-2016 09:59

It's important that Giffgaff supports two factor authentication because ownership of your phone number is often used as a recovery mechanism, anyone gaining access to your giffgaff account can request a PAC code, steal your phone number and using that gain access to your other accountss.

I want to be able to keep my Giffgaff account secure using 2FA.

by: joolzian
on: 12-08-2016 16:48

While we should all want to see our account security maximised this has already been suggested so perhaps best to add support there.

by: egglassa
on: 08-08-2016 20:26

Anything that improves security 

by: ataraxia
on: 04-08-2016 22:39

Yet again kudos to ygbnji for gtting to the nub of this - while the original poster has, to his credit, tried a keyword search,  other posters have submitted their ideas under two factor authentication rather than the acronym.  It is worth beaing in mind this is a forum for non-specialists and jargon is best explained for the layperson.

by: leshin
on: 02-08-2016 16:27

Need more detail