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Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is useful to help further secure logins against unauthorized use. In addition to the usual username/password, a second one-time authentication code is also required to gain access to the secured account.
You may have seen MFA logins for your corporate email accounts, Google accounts, and AWS accounts, but did you know it's super easy to add it to your own Linux logins?
Join James as he walks through setting up MFA with SSH to access a cloud server.
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