Finally, Twitter introduces the two-step authentication for a better protection of their  accounts, as the company announced on their blog.

As Jim O’Leary (Product Security Team) announce on the twitter blog:

“Today we’re introducing a new security feature to better protect your Twitter account: login verification. This is a form of two-factor authentication. When you sign in to, there’s a second check to make sure it’s really you. You’ll be asked to register a verified phone number and a confirmed email address”.


There are 4 easy steps to follow to do this:


1. Login on Twitter and go to account settings page.

2. Go to the “Account security” and click on the link to “add a phone” and follow the prompts from there.

3. Click on the “Require a verification code when I sign in.”

4. After you finish with the login verification, you’ll be asked to enter a 6 digit code, that twitter will send to your phone via sms each time you sign in your twitter account.


You can also watch the clip below, to see all this authentication steps


Will you use daily this new “Login Verification” from Twitter?