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What is two-factor authentication?
What is two-factor authentication?
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Two-factor authentication is an additional level of security that ensures that only you can access your account, even if your password is known by someone else.

How it works 

With two-factor authentication, the account can only be accessed from trusted devices. The first time you log in to a new device, you will need to provide two types of information: your password and the six-digit numeric verification code, which is automatically displayed in the 2FA application.  Once the code is entered, the new device is included in the number of trusted devices. For example, if you have an iPhone device, the first time you log in to your account on a recently purchased Mac, you will be prompted to enter your password and a verification code, which is automatically displayed on your iPhone screen. 

Because of two-factor identification, there is not enough to access an account just with the knowledge of the password. The security of your account and the data stored on KUNA servers increases significantly. 

After logging in, a confirmation code will be requested for each withdrawal operation.  

Confirmation codes 

The confirmation code is a temporary code that generates the 2FA application every 30 seconds.  

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