Samsung account app begins requiring users to perform two-factor Authentication

The IT House March 7 news According to foreign media reports, two-factor authentication should not be unfamiliar to Samsung account App users, but the two-factor authentication function has appeared as a user option before, but recently Samsung account app started to update Requires users to use two-factor authentication.

IT House has learned that existing Samsung Account App users will need to verify their account by providing a phone number when logging in after the update.

Samsung Account App

Officials will be required to enter the security code they have sent after completing the steps. This step is required regardless of whether the user has enabled two-factor authentication.

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          IT House understands that users who have logged in to the account do not need to perform two-factor authentication, but if they log in to the account later, they still need two-factor authentication. It is also expected that this change will be implemented globally in the future.

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