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Two-factor authentication is coming to Tesla’s accounts after being “embarrassingly late,” Chief Executive Elon Musk said in a tweet. Musk said the security feature is undergoing “final validation” and should be released to Tesla customers soon. Sorry, this is embarrassingly late. Two factor authentication via sms or authenticator app is going through final validation right...
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osiso

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One thing that they might be doing is having multiple levels of authorization as well. Right now both reading and sending commands are available, but these could be under different levels of security.
 

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One thing that they might be doing is having multiple levels of authorization as well. Right now both reading and sending commands are available, but these could be under different levels of security.
That would be interesting. How would this work with third party apps? I bet that this will only be security at the account/ sign in level. We should see soon.
 

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Outstanding! I've been wondering if they were thinking about this. And to have an authenticator app over vulnerable SMS is the right move. Bravo!
 

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