Nowadays hackers and intruders are trying all kinds of methods to gain the password and get into your account. You need an extra layer of security so that you don’t fall into the prey. This post will help you how you can enable and disable the two-step Verification in Yahoo Mail.
Once the Two-Step Verification enabled, it will add an extra layer of security. For an example, you insert your card in ATM. This is the first layer of security and then you enter your PIN. This is the second layer of security. If someone gets the card, he/she won’t be able to withdraw money as PIN will be needed to authenticate the identity. Same as in the case of Yahoo account, if someone gets the password of your Yahoo account, he/she still can’t log in into it as they will require a code which you will receive on your mobile phone. It will save your Yahoo account by getting hacked easily and instantly.
Disable Two-Step Verification: It is not recommended that you disable the “Two-step Verification” as by doing so your account might be at risk. If you still wish to disable it, follow the steps below:
Two-Step Verification will be disabled and you will stop getting log in alerts.
Caution: As of now, “Two-Step Verification” feature is not available or work if you access your account via a third-party email client or via POP & IMAP. On the other hand, make sure that the mobile number which you used for the “Two-Step Verification” doesn’t get suspended due to any reason as every time the access code will be sent to it. Always add the secondary mobile number as well to be on safe side. If you lost your phone or change the number, don’t forget to update the same in “Two-Step Verification” in “Account Security”
Read more:– How to Set up Yahoo Account Key