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chrismoon

How To: Setup TRiBot 2-Factor Authentication [Pics]

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Ever want to make sure no one is able to hack your TRiBot account?
Or do you simply want a little extra piece of mind knowing your account, reputation, and scripts are secure?
This tutorial will walk you through setting up Two-Factor Authentication for your TRiBot account.

What is Two-Factor Authentication, anyways?
Two-Factor Authentication is a security setting which enables you to require more than just your password in order to login to TRiBot.

How To

1. At the top of the TRiBot forums page, click on your TRiBot account name for a drop-down menu

 

 

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then select Account Settings.

 

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                                            Or you can just click on this link to take you to the same Account Settings page.

2. Select Two Factor Authentication in the left-hand menu.

 

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3. To turn Two-Factor Authentication on, check the box next to the Enable option.

 

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4. MOST IMPORTANT STEP: Write down your Backup Code in case you are unable to verify your identity with your phone or QR code. 
Store this code in a secure location, but make sure you are able to retrieve it.

Edited by chrismoon
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thanks for guide, you should take the same advice and make your own stuff safer in general :)

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5 hours ago, grownded9172 said:

thanks for guide, you should take the same advice and make your own stuff safer in general :)

There is no two-factor authentication for Skype, which is why I don't use it. Thanks for the advice though.

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