As an OpenDNS Premium AND Umbrella Mobility customer, I feel OpenDNS promotes revolutionary security technologies. However, I think its time to add a two factor authentication login system to make OpenDNS and Umbrella logins more secure. We're constantly hearing about websites being attacked and their databases leaked. I think using something like the Google Authenticator system to prompt a random code after login to verify your identity via smartphone would be wonderful. This is a standard and many companies use Google's system. It seems to be easy to implement and would give users a chance to secure their accounts in the 21st century. Especially because OpenDNS is responsible for Fortune 500 companies, school districts, and many other important sectors, this security is vital.
Sites using two factor authentication today are Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Last Pass, Hover, Microsoft, Apple, Amazon web services, and so many more. OpenDNS has come a long way, lets start bringing more security to the table,
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