"Security by Obscurity" is not the complete answer, but it could be included with other things or other methods (and perhaps just for certain situations). ie: The log-in is not easily found and perhaps you need to mouse over something to reveal the link.
and you must come from a certain page - else you are sent back.
Two-factor authentication has become necessary to conduct online business of any kind. It will not only protect web-based businesses from online fraud, but also go a long way in establishing trust with their customers. The safer their online environment, the more customers theyll be able to attract. Like the author explained, two-factor identity authentication requires the presentation of two of the three authentication factors, thereby making it a much more secure process than the typical username-password authentication method.
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