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Topic # 185345 19-Nov-2015 07:45
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One thing you should do is secure your Amazon account by enabling two factor authentication.

A good Authenticator program is Authy. It syncs accounts between devices, unlike other authenticators that allow you to use one device only...






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  Reply # 1430874 19-Nov-2015 08:17
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Another option is FreeOTP which is available on Android and IOS.




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  Reply # 1430912 19-Nov-2015 08:44
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I use Authy for AWS, works well.




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  Reply # 1430919 19-Nov-2015 08:58
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Your link doesn't work. I think the auto-affiliate tagging doesn't understand non-product links.

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