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    You can enable two-step verification on your Microsoft account to an extra layer of security, and in this guide, we'll show how to complete this task.
    On a Microsoft account, two-step verification (also known as "two-factor authentication," "2FA," or "multi-factor authentication") is a feature that adds a second step of verification to increase security to make it more difficult for malicious individuals to gain access to your account.
    If someone gets ahold of your password, without the second form of authentication, it'll be almost impossible to access your account.

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    03-11-2020 02:11 PM

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