By: maithilicharan | 08-12-2017 18:18
Please provide Two Factor authentication for giffgaff.com login. Simple username/password authentication is no longer safe.
Absolutely! Should have been done now but just in case
Oh got my suggestions mixed up, thought I was on the payforit 2FA suggestion.
Still not averse to the option of using 2FA on log in, but maybe only an option plenty of people wouldn't have need or want the extra task to log in.
excellent idea fully supported.
i would fund this very helpful and having an additional layer of sucurity would be welcome
What changed your mind since your previous unsupportive comment on this idea?
You've got my vote.
I'm happy with top security just not this one soz
I've been involved in introducing 2FA for banking - it was an extensive coding and testing project! Why do you see it as a priority to implement here? Are you thinking from stored payment details perspective or more generally due to data privacy? What 2nd factor do you propose - digital or physical? Do you know of comparable firms that do it?
Can you elaborate on what you have in mind ?
my opinion...not needed
I may I first add there are three sentences in your pitch....you simply have not let yourself explain enaugh about what it is you would do if you could change this ??
I fully understand secrurity is paramount but these measures are all ready in place? You have not piched an alternative idea that giffgaff could use to make this safer........it is simply like me going on giffgaff labs and saying ""giffgaff needs to be better cus I dnt like them"" but then not elaborating on why and how I would change this and turn it around.
I am all for secrurity but your pitch was so poor that unfortunately at this time I cannot support your idea.
granted for those that dont know what 2FA is it might be difficult to comprehend the idea
but 2FA has been used by the likes of microsoft hotmail/ outlook and other like Google for a very long time.
the way it works is at the moment would need your user name and password to log into your account. this means anyone who has your password and username. phone number can get into your account
2FA would add another layer of security. it would send a verification code to a phone number/ email and you would need to type that in as well as the user name and password.
this means that even if someone has your user name and password they will not be able to log into your account and therefore is a useful additional security layer
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