How to Implement 2-Step Verification in ASP.NET MVC
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by Keyvan Nayyeri
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As security becomes more important than ever, hackers are applying new techniques to attack websites and damage them with catastrophic impacts. A majority of such attacks focus on compromising user accounts to steal private/personal data or take the control of an account and use it for different purposes like stealing money. Since relying on a single password is not a very secure way to manage user accounts, having a 2-step verification system is necessary for many sites with critical information.

In this article I explained different steps to implement a simple 2-step verification system for user accounts in ASP.NET MVC using Twilio as the platform of SMS communication. Although this is a simple prototype, it’s easy to expand the idea to larger scales as well as ASP.NET Web Forms to build more secure sites on the internet.


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Title: No source code?   
Name: Larry Q
Date: 2011-12-07 10:39:10 AM
Comment:
Hi everyone,

I enjoyed Keyvan's article very much, however the source code link doesn't work. Is it possible to get the source from another location? Many thanks for writing this article, before I forget.

-Larry






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