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Multifactor authentication

action.manager says:
RTM is my trusted GTD system; it contains a lot of personal/confidential information. I would trust it even more if RTM would use/allow multifactor authentication (a combination of something "I know" -my password- and something "I have" -unique physical item-).

Examples are the way LastPass uses the YubiKey/Grid, or Google's 2-Step Verification.

https://lastpass.com/support_faqs.php#yubikey
http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2011/02/advanced-sign-in-security-for-your.html
Posted at 7:50am on March 29, 2011
lucasvdhaven says:
Yes this would be awesome.

I vote for two factor authentication for RTM!

Thanks for reading.

Luuc
Posted 5 years ago
jmeyer43 says:
agreed YubiKey, Verisign VIP (the one PayPal uses), or Google Authenticator would be cool... but I'm having a hard time imagining putting anything into RTM that would need anything close to that level of security... not voting either way on this one yet
Posted 5 years ago
michiel.schok says:
Or we could use the new kid on the block using QR codes: TIQR. completely Open Source.

https://tiqr.org
Posted 5 years ago
fayid says:
+1 for 2 factor authentication possibly with Google Authenticator or SMS-texts.
Posted 2 years ago
koppah says:
Please add this!! As the original poster mentioned, I have a lot of personal information linked to my account.
Posted 2 years ago
keinech.tername says:
still no 2-step-verification? Come on!
Posted 6 months ago
docrea says:
Most definitely. This would make using RTM the default for me.
Posted 6 months ago
nedk says:
Please add two-factor authentication.
Posted 4 months ago
jlottosen says:
+1 for Google Authenticator.
Not that my shopping list is super secret, still want to keep it from malicious attempts.
Posted 6 days ago
andrewsnell says:
+1 for Google Authenticator and/or YubiKey OTP support.
Posted 10 hours ago
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