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How to set up Two-factor authentication on GitHub with TypingDNA Authenticator

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1. Click on your GitHub profile photo, in the upper-right corner, and select Settings from the menu.

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2. In the user settings sidebar, click Security.

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3. Under "Two-factor authentication" section, click Enable two-factor authentication.

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4. Hit Set up using an app, on the Two-factor authentication page.

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5. Hit Copy (or print or download), then hit Next.

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Note: It is recommended by GitHub to save your recovery codes in case you lose access to your account.

6. Hit Grab QR code in your TypingDNA Authenticator extension (download here, if you donā€™t have it).

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7. Click your newly added GitHub account in your TypingDNA Authenticator extension. By clicking the account, it should automatically copy/paste your verification code where required.

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Note: It should automatically paste your verification code. If for some reason it failed, just hit CTRL+V/ CMD +V or right click on your mouse and stick it where required.

8. Hit the Enable button.

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Now you are all set. Enjoy!

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