GitHub enabling 2FA for developers to tightens security

Found 20 days ago at WinBeta

GitHub Chief Security Officer CSO, Mike Hanley, has stated that by the end of 2023, developers contributing code to the platform will be required to enable at least one type of 2FA. At the present less than 20% of GitHub users have some sort of 2FA enabled. There could be a number of factors for such low adoption but in any case GitHub is committed to giving users more choices for secure...

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