New Microsoft Authenticator app version for Android - June 28

    New Microsoft Authenticator app version for Android - June 28

    New Microsoft Authenticator app version for Android - June 28


    Posted: 28 Jun 2023

    Two factor authentication (TFA) is easy, convenient, and secure when you use Microsoft Authenticator. Use your phone, not your password, to log into your Microsoft account. Just enter your username, then approve the notification sent to your phone. Your fingerprint, face ID, or PIN will provide a second layer of security in this two step verification process. After you’ve signed in with two factor authentication (TFA), you’ll have access to all your Microsoft products and services, such as Outlook, OneDrive, Office, and more.

    Microsoft Authenticator version 6.2306.4121 for Android

    WHAT'S NEW
    • We're always working on new features, bug fixes, and performance improvements. Make sure you stay updated with the latest version for the best authentication experience.


    Source: Microsoft Authenticator - Apps on Google Play

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    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    28 Jun 2023


  1. Posts : 282
    Windows 10 Pro
       #1

    Folks, you don't need this propitiatory crap. You can do this with the free and open source App called Aegis available at the Google play store. You'll find their code at Github.

    I use Aegis on my phone and on the computer I use the free and open source Keepass password manager with the plug-in KeepassOTP. 2FA (Two Factor Authentication or One Time Password OTP). All 2FA does is use a base32 code for time based one time passwords. Nothing more, nothing less. No propitiatory, privacy invading nonsense needed. If you want a great password manager for Android, check out Keepass2Android. The database is also compatible with Keepass on the computer. Keepass2Android also has a built-in 2FA mechanism. But it's not very intuitive. Also, consider getting all or at least most of your Apps from F-droid. Better yet, if your phone is compatible, try GrapheneOS or Linage... You just use the ADP (Android Debug Bridge) software and flash away. Just read the step by step guides.
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 625
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #2

    F22 Simpilot said:
    Folks, you don't need this propitiatory crap. You can do this with the free and open source App called Aegis available at the Google play store. You'll find their code at Github.

    I use Aegis on my phone and on the computer I use the free and open source Keepass password manager with the plug-in KeepassOTP. 2FA (Two Factor Authentication or One Time Password OTP). All 2FA does is use a base32 code for time based one time passwords. Nothing more, nothing less. No propitiatory, privacy invading nonsense needed. If you want a great password manager for Android, check out Keepass2Android. The database is also compatible with Keepass on the computer. Keepass2Android also has a built-in 2FA mechanism. But it's not very intuitive. Also, consider getting all or at least most of your Apps from F-droid. Better yet, if your phone is compatible, try GrapheneOS or Linage... You just use the ADP (Android Debug Bridge) software and flash away. Just read the step by step guides.
    open source for storing passwords and such? NO THANKS. . . That's just asking for hackers to hijack your accounts.
      My Computers


 

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