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I’d also recommend using the Authenticator app over text:
Its similar to Authy but from Google with limited features.
I have recently moved to Microsoft Authenticator and its also good alternative with backup and restore option. It additionally have option to approve login through notification for Outlook sign-ins.
I personally use Microsoft Authenticator (iOS | Android). It's not as well known as the others, but I've only ever seen people say they love it.
A Keepassnál a tied az adat, a password fájllal azt csinálsz, amit akarsz, oda rakod, ahova akarod (cloud, pendrive, bármi). A többinél alapból a cloudban tárolódnak az adatok, az meg tudjuk, mivel jár.
i had this problem its someone trying to gain access to yout account i whould try using Microsoft authentication app it worked and there no longer havwing to reset my password
No, they're phasing "Microsoft Accounts" out and brought an update on August 12 to the Azure Authenticator to change it to "Microsoft Authenticator" (discovered this last night when I was resetting my test Note5).
From the store description:
>This new app replaces the Azure Authenticator, Microsoft account, and Multi-Factor Authentication apps.
Don't use Google Authenticator
Instead, use something with built-in cloud backups so you don't have to deal with this. Just press "restore" and be done with it.
It's not 1tap specific, e.g. if you install the Microsoft 2FA app and enable their accessibility service, it fixes the issue too:
The accessibility service of the "workaround app" has to stay enabled as far as I could test. Both uninstall or just disabling the other service breaks it again.
Not every other accessibility service creates this workaround.
No idea what exactly happens to fix this, if it's just a specific flag, then I could just add that to SD Maid, but if it's somehow an interaction within the system, maybe I could create a workaround package with minimal impact that others could install?
Overall, still a very annoying bug... and no word from Google on when it will be fixed...
Recomendo tomar cuidado na hora de baixar coisas na Internet e até apps na própria play store (verifique o desenvolvedor se suspeitar do APP e leia os comentários ruins) e quanto a redes sociais e contas em geral recomendo baixa esse app:
É ative a verificação de dois fatores.
I've removed the post because you shouldnt share these security codes publicly, otherwise others can hack you and the 2FA will be for nothing.
Now on to the question.
You need to download an Authenticator app on your phone and scan the code with it (using the camera through the app).
Here is a link to the authenticator app from Microsoft I personally use. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.azure.authenticator&hl=bg&gl=US
Google should unpublish their Authenticator app. They are responsible for people losing all their accesses since they don't provide cloud back-up while other apps do.
Back-ups are fucking important, but not losing access to all your online accounts is importanter. Use an app that have a cloud backup function.
Microsoft authenticator uses the same standard which works with all the same prompts, with better backup functionality.
Plus some workplaces/unis require it anyway.
For dual SIM: Google your phone model, look for specs. Ctrl+f on desktop and Find In Page on mobile are your best friends! Dual sim phones are pretty common these days. And if you don't have one, you may consider picking up a cheap one. I bought a dual SIM Xiaomi phone for $90 on Amazon. If you go that route, keep an eye open for "international version" mentioned, or actually sit down and learn about GSM vs CDMA networks and why not all phones work on all networks. You know best where you may be headed, so I leave it to you to use Google to make sure you will have a working phone.
Also, in my experience, wifi is everything. I only traveled in Europe and Colombia, and free or coffee-priced wifi is literally everywhere. I developed a taste for coffee just because of how often I would pay half a euro to sit for 30 minutes and use the internet. I'm also from the US, and I was just astounded at how every place had wifi available (in every country I visited except Serbia).
For authenticator apps, there are some really good open source ones.
Microsoft's is probably the most popular if I had to guess.
Unrelated, but you should really give a try to Microsoft Authenticator instead of Google Authenticator.
It's actually enjoyable to use instead of being a major pain in the ass, you can backup your codes so you don't lose them whenever you change or reset your phone.
SMS is not secure. It can be intercepted. Use a proper 2FA app like Microsoft Authenticator:
Yes. Microsoft authenticator allows you to backup your codes with your account, allowing you to transfer them across devices. Google has a similar app as well.
If possible, it's best to have a backup device with all of your authenticator codes available on it.
You don't have to use Google authenticator.
I used to use it for a game but I would frequently reset my phone, thus losing the code and unless I had took a picture of a QR code/had backup codes. I would be locked out.
I use Microsoft Authenticator As all QR codes you ever scan will be bound to your Microsoft account meaning they never get lost.
Like you I'm not too fond of using SMS messages, but I do have it enabled as a 3rd verification step on more valuable accounts.
Next time always save the 2FA QR code before putting it in on Google authenticator. For example write the numeric code on a notebook or print the QR and store it somewhere save. Next time this happens, and your Google Authenticator doesn't work (or you change phones) you can scan the code/QR and still use that 2FA without resetting.
If you don't want to do store the cod/QR there are other 2FA options that create backups, such as Microsoft Authenticator. That way you can get all your codes back in case something happens.
Hope you recover your account.
We have the same issue!
The changelog of version 6.2003.2038 shows, that a bug was fixed:
>Fixed bug to prevent other apps from capturing Authenticator app's screen. Users can now choose to enable/disable screen capture with other apps.
Even with activating/disabling the capture screen option in the Authenticator settings the issue persist.
Make sure you've entered your number correctly. Alternatively, you should be able to use the Microsoft authenticator app as well.
Here's one for android, I prefer it over the google one.
Microsofts Authenticator from the Play Store
Microsoft Authenticator, or I think any other app for the same purpose should work too
Firstly if you're connected to the internet it will ask your current outlook email password. Regardless of whether your outlook password is changed or not, you can still access Windows with it. However your email would not sync until the new password is updated to Windows. All of which only applies when Windows 10 is using a Microsoft Account for sign in. There is a logical reason for it, but I don't recall why.
Secondly, I would consider enabling two factor for your Microsoft account purely from a security perspective.
Enable here https://account.microsoft.com sign in as normal, choose security and more options at the very bottom where you'll see many useful options. Ensure you enable a secondary recovery option.
For Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.azure.authenticator
For iOS https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/microsoft-authenticator/id983156458?mt=8
Lastly you could change to a local account within Windows by going to settings, account & your info. The option can be found just beneath your profile image. This probably would work best in your situation, but still consider two factor anyway as it could really save you one day.
Just use the microsoft authenticator in your mobile.
You can use Microsoft Authenticator to access your password on Android although I'm not sure if it will work on Chrome Android
Yes, there is an app called Authenticator , this is available for iOS too.
Download this and setup your Instagram account.
What I will say is the FAQ has not be changed from the current production site. So that information in there is wrong for the app. I will correct it so that we do not confuse anyone.
The onboarding address is unique to each user when they log in, the FAQ is just not updated.
Fee charged is 3.5% - During the Production Launch, we are going to charge 0% until all the bugs are worked out.
2 factor authentication will require you to have a 2nd device to confirm you are the holder of the account. You will need one of these apps:
You will not be able to do anything with deposits to onboarding or withdrawals until you enable 2FA. You will have to enter OTP each time.
The withdrawal settings will allow you to remove when even you have a balance NOT in an onboarding node or a node earning RTM rewards. This feature is being developed still, more to come.
Thanks for checking it out. This helps us find the blind spots
do you have Windows Authentificator installed on your phone for 2-factor-authentification?
Also, if you somehow deleted the Authentificator (or never had it), and if you have access to a second PC, use https://account.microsoft.com/ to check if your account is ok, if need to update the password or remove the authentificator
Some of the big ones, gonna test them all
Where are you trying to manage this? Can you use the Microsoft Authenticator as an authentication option?
I think it’s called password less sign in. I’d still use two factor, just not with SMS. It’s more secure to use an OTP app like Microsoft authentication or Authy.
Diese da: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.azure.authenticator&hl=de
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.azure.authenticator&hl=en_US - Microsoft Authenticator
You can use Microsoft Authenticator app though.
I just downloaded Microsoft version of 2FA seems pretty good and it has an option for cloud backup.
Check it out!
I take that, it works well
I had a similar problem and know my number isn't being used on another account and it always says to try again tomorrow. So once I got my account unlocked, I downloaded the "Microsoft Authenticator" app to my iPhone and synced my account with it. It doesn't directly resolve the phone number issue but I figure I can always use the app to unlock my account in the future if need be (the app generates a code you can enter in on the website to unlock the account)
Microsoft Authenticator works very well for me. Had no problems whatsoever in nearly a year using it.
You don't even need the code anymore. You can setup Microsoft Authenticator that sends an Approve or Deny to your phone.
After you setup 2FA you can install the Microsoft Authenticator App that sends an Approve or Deny to your phone.