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Bestätigung in 2 Schritten: iOS-Nutzer können Android-Smartphones als Sicherheitsschlüssel verwenden

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Die Bestätigung in zwei Schritten ist eine einfache und effektive Methode, um das Google-Konto vor fremden Zugriffen zu schützen. Vor etwa zwei Monaten hatte Google angekündigt, dass Android-Smartphones als Sicherheitsschlüssel genutzt werden können, allerdings noch nicht mit allen Betriebssystemen. Ab sofort ist es nun auch möglich, das Android-Smartphone zum Login auf iOS-Geräten zu verwenden. Unzählige […]

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