Setting up multi-factor authentication on Linux systems

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Setting up multi-factor authentication on Linux systems

Setting up multi-factor authentication on Linux systems

Defense in depth is critical in securing your systems, and MFA is an excellent layer of security to add. Learn about MFA and how to implement it with the Google Authentication module in this helpful tutorial.

 

With the rising number of breaches and password compromises, we need as many security layers as possible.

One way to achieve added security is by adding an extra layer of authentication. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a method of requiring more than one credential to prove your identity.

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