Rollout of two-factor authentication begins for .gov registrars

FedScoop: Admins of .gov domains will soon be required to log on with not only a password, but also a code from Google Authenticator.

The rollout, which began this month, affects those who hold .gov registrar accounts, including those who have administrative, billing and tech reasons for accessing that information.

The General Services Administration posted on its DotGov site that it would be adding Google Authenticator capabilities to all accounts between now and February 2019.

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