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Here it is explained how to turn off 2-step verification. If you don't have a mobile app or a mobile phone for verification, you should have received temporary codes. If you did not save them, well, then just follow the link below the login box where it says "Can't access your account?".


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Do you mean getting the "Verified Account" badge on your profile? If you do then you can't - it is closed to the public http://support.twitter.com/groups/31-twitter-basics/topics/111-features/articles/119135-about-verified-accounts EDIT: With regards to the mobile verification - if your carrier is not available then read this article ...


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You should use the "Contact Us" form from your profile page and ask for your profile to be reviewed. Found this on the Google+ support forums: If your profile has been suspended, rather than start a new forum thread to request an appeal, use our contact form linked from your Google profile or visit ...


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It's done in your settings: Profile > My Settings > Security Key > Get Started > Get Security Key You can either pay for a physical token that will display your one-time password (OTP) key, or you can register a mobile phone, the instructions are right there. Note: to register a phone it needs to be able to receive text messages, as that is ...


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I didn't have it yet on my account so here's how I did it. The correct name of the product is Paypal Security Key Log into Paypal Search for "Security Key" A result should be auto-suggested as you type Click the suggested keyword On the resulting page click "Security Key" under the "Best Matches" section In the resulting text find the "get one today" ...


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Starting from the beginning, at the Facebook sign up page, there is the following Facebook requires all users to provide their real date of birth to encourage authenticity and provide only age-appropriate access to content. You will be able to hide this information from your profile if you wish, and its use is governed by the Facebook ...


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As of March 2011, I don't think Yahoo implement the functionality you are asking for. If you are concerned about security then the only thing I can recommend is: Reduce the amount of time Yahoo keeps you signed in for to a day. Implement the Sign-In Seal Set your default Location and periodically check it to see if anyone has logged in to your account ...


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You will have to revoke the application specific password which you had probably setup for your Kindle. Then reauthorize the device with username, password like earlier. Here is Google's support document on turning off two-factor authentication. Edit: I misread your question and provided the answer which works when you have 2fA enabled! My earlier ...


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You can not remove the security codes (CAPTCHAs) from your Facebook page.


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It's the other way round. You should ask people for their screen names in an email (not saying emails cannot be forged, it's simply that inviting total strangers to your organization is not reasonable).



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