Mail.ru introduces one-time codes for email access to beef up security

Tuesday 25 June 2019 | 16:39 CET | News
Russian internet company Mail.ru group has announced a new way to access its email service without using a password. Customers will be able to access their mail boxes using one-time codes received over SMS or push messages.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Mail.ru
Countries: Russian Federation
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