It is true that we live in a digital age quite insecure and every now and then a new internet company is falling victim to a hacker attack, and in this way sensitive data and consumer codes are unfairly accessible.
Now we need a better technology to protect us and these companies from the existing codes. 2-Step authentication is now in operation with users receiving secure messages at <...>
mobile them with codes to complete a payroll registration online but it is certainly not the easiest.
Michael Barrett is a PayPal security expert and believes the new, easiest and safest way he listens to the name of iPhone 5S. In a speech at Interop, said the use of codes is now an obsolete security system. Users have reached the point of having thousands of codes that either forgot or never use them and thus end up using a password for everything, increasing the risk of becoming known.
"Users will pick up poor passwords and then they will reuse them everywhere," Barrett said. "This has the effect of reducing the security of their most secure account to the security of the least secure site they visit on the internet."
Barrett believes the time has come to create a secure open protocol for online transactions, not just by harmonizing hardware and software on a device. As an example, the iPhone 5S is reported to be using fingerprint recognition technology as Barret believes that transactions will be much better and above all safe.