Reddit adds two-factor authentication for all users

Reddit announced[1] that it has added two-factor authentication for all users. The feature has already started rolling out and all Reddit users now have the option to enable two-factor authentication on their account. Two-factor authentication is supported across desktop, mobile, and third-party applications, and requires an authenticator app such as Google Authenticator or Authy to work.

To set up two-factor authentication, navigate to the “password/email” tab under preferences and select the “enable” option.

Now read: Reddit and Microsoft in AI partnership[2]


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  2. ^ Reddit and Microsoft in AI partnership (