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Does your bank support two-factor authentication?

Does your bank support two-factor authentication?   32 members have voted

  1. 1. Does your bank support two-factor authentication?

    • Yes
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    • No
      4
    • No But I wish they did.
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I bank in Canada and my bank claims to have "Two-Factor" authentication, but all it really does is ask you a security question when you login from an unknown location, which I don't consider to be two-factor. Not only that, but my bank only allows an 8-digit password, which I don't consider to be secure either.

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For login to web interface, no.

But to perform any action except balance view, yes (2-factor by sending a random code to my phone by sms).

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mine is three (3).

Account number, password, p.i.n.

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Two factor,

1) Enter 10 digit number + 3 digits of your pin + 3 characters of your password

2) Card Reader

Plus if you get anything wrong more than once they block the account and you have phone up to get your pin/password reset.

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