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Posted 2 Dec 2012

Mysterious Google two step authentication - in debug

, 3 Mar 2016
Steps for how OTP code is obtained, and adding a new level of security to web applications.



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12 - publicly available Yes 3-Mar-16 22:53 Available Vyacheslav Voronenko
The article has been approved
11 No 3-Mar-16 21:51 Pending Vyacheslav Voronenko
Changed license to correspond to rest of the articles, minor formatting fixes per comment from 2012.
10 No 9-Oct-13 10:04 Available Smitha Nishant
Updates in content. Changes: 198
8 No 8-Oct-13 21:13 Pending Vyacheslav Voronenko
Updates in content. Changes: 3
6 No 4-Jan-13 22:30 Pending Vyacheslav Voronenko
Added link to source code at a top of the article
4 No 2-Dec-12 5:55 Pending Vyacheslav Voronenko
All http links in text linkified, as per feedback
3 No 2-Dec-12 5:42 Pending Vyacheslav Voronenko
mostly removed unnecessary styles and spans in the html code
2 No 2-Dec-12 5:38 Pending Vyacheslav Voronenko
Removed accidental direct formatting in HTML code as per first review.
1 No 2-Dec-12 2:35 Pending Vyacheslav Voronenko
Initial creation


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