Multi-Factor Authentication in Network Security

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  • Multi-Factor Authentication is an authentication system that verifies the user’s identity based on multiple factors of authentication, such as ‘something you know’, ‘something you have’ and ‘something you are’. It provides better security as compared to an authentication system that employs only a single factor of authentication such as ‘something you know’, which includes credentials like passwords, because with technological advancement, exploiting a single factor of authentication by an attacker has become really easy and fast. (As cited in abstract.)

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