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  Reply # 1021194 9-Apr-2014 13:41
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- facebook
- google
- lastpass

tried dropbox but every time i enter a code from google authenticator it says invalid code (im locked out for next 24 hours because of it).  everything else works fine with google.

only just signed up to lastpass this week, very handy, i was amazed how easy it was for the chrome extension to read in all my passwords however.  

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  Reply # 1021195 9-Apr-2014 13:43
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reven: - facebook
- google
- lastpass

tried dropbox but every time i enter a code from google authenticator it says invalid code (im locked out for next 24 hours because of it).  everything else works fine with google.

only just signed up to lastpass this week, very handy, i was amazed how easy it was for the chrome extension to read in all my passwords however.  


Make sure the time on your phone is (very) accurate.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1021196 9-Apr-2014 13:44
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reven: - facebook
- google
- lastpass

tried dropbox but every time i enter a code from google authenticator it says invalid code (im locked out for next 24 hours because of it).  everything else works fine with google.

only just signed up to lastpass this week, very handy, i was amazed how easy it was for the chrome extension to read in all my passwords however.  


Make sure the time on your phone is (very) accurate.


its using the vodafone time I assume, all the other services (facebook, google, lastpass) work fine with google auth.

edit: ok it wasnt using "Automatic time", I was too lazy to check this as the other 3 worked I just assumed it might have been a DST issue.

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  Reply # 1022178 9-Apr-2014 13:54
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and now I have dropbox 2 factor working :)

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  Reply # 1022180 9-Apr-2014 13:57
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I only use it on my bank access..




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Not enough services offering Authenticator (or not that I use them). NEED MOAR 2FA:





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  Reply # 1042700 12-May-2014 22:13
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I wish Kiwibank offered 2FA, if anyone else is reading this and a Kiwibank customer, you should send them feedback asking for it. Asking security questions doesn't cut it anymore.

Yes it is a pain but I use it on most services that I am able to, one that people haven't mentioned yet is Cisco Meraki firewall management - definitely wouldn't be going without 2FA on that one

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  Reply # 1044967 14-May-2014 17:35
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- CloudFlare (DNS management)
- PasswordState (work application)
- Facebook
- Dropbox
- Microsoft account
- Google
- BNZ





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  Reply # 1044987 14-May-2014 17:50
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I try and 2FA everything I can:

Google Authenticator
2x Google Apps Accounts
Dropbox
Digital Ocean

Symantec VIP
Work VPN
eBay
PayPal

Authy (which I dislike)
IWantMyName (Domain Registrar)

SMS
ASB
Commonwealth Bank
Apple (that I don't use anymore)
Maybe others I have forgotten

Within own apps
Facebook
Twitter
Citibank

Netguard (YUCK)
BNZ

Think that's about it




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