Microsoft thinks it has a new way to make 2FA safer and less annoying for you

Microsoft has changed the way its authenticator app works in an effort to make it more secure by preventing multi-factor authentication (MFA) fatigue attacks.

After receiving a push notification from Microsoft Authenticator on their secondary device, such as a smartphone, users will now need to enter the two-digit code displayed on the primary device to verify the login attempt. This means that they cannot accept the login attempt unless they actually see the login screen.

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