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Twitter Users Can Login to Android, iOS Devices via Physical Security Keys

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A new two-factor authentication option from Twitter
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By David Cohen

2 hours ago

Twitter users can now login to their Android and iOS devices with physical security keys.

The two-factor authentication option was already available on desktop.

The social network shared the news in a Twitter Support tweet with a link to this Help Center page.

Protecting your account on all of your devices is important. We’ve updated two-factor authentication so you can now log in with your physical security key on Android and iOS, like on desktop. More on how to set up this added security for your account: https://t.co/c7hff75zQd

— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) December 2, 2020

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