Did you set up a two-factor connection to make your Twitter account as secure as possible? By SMS, third-party application or USB key, this particular setting is perfect for anyone who wants to protect their profile from hacks. But its use can sometimes seem a bit invasive on a daily basis...
So, if you want to disable two-factor logging, follow this quick tutorial on how to manage your Twitter account.
Disable two-factor login on Twitter
- Go to your homepage Twitter and click on your profile icon at the top right next to the Tweeter button. From the drop-down menu, select Settings and privacy.
- In category Account, Click on the button Review your login verification methods of the Security section.
- Click on the button deactivate.
- Enter your mot de passe in the dialog box, then click Yes to confirm disabling two-factor login.
Two-factor authentication is now disabled for this Twitter account. If you want to increase the security of your profile without having to enter a login code each time, you can also opt for a simple verification when resetting the password.
Thus, if a malicious person seeks to modify your password without your agreement, he will be obliged to confirm your email address or your telephone number. An additional barrier against hacking that is easy to set up and less restrictive than the two-factor connection...
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