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Tesla finally launches two-factor authentication

Tesla finally launches two-factor authentication

After a long string of delays, Tesla has finally implemented a crucial security feature for its app: two-factor authentication. 

CEO Elon Musk said in April that the feature was coming “soon,” and on Wednesday, Electrek reported that it’s now available for Tesla owners. To enable it — which is highly recommended — go to your Tesla account and activate the “Multi-factor Authentication” feature, and set up a third-party authenticator app of your choice. 

A couple of options are on offer; you can set up the option with a mobile device, a desktop QR code, or a security key. As always, be careful not to lose access to your authenticator, as you won’t be able to log into your Tesla account without it.  Read more…

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