In order to secure developer accounts against malicious acts, Apple has announced that all developers will be invited to use the two-factor authentication protocol of the company.
Double-factor authentication first requires the password of the developer account and then a 6-digit code generated by Apple.
Apple has therefore stated in an email to members of the Apple Developer Program that this change will take effect on February 27 and aims to strengthen account security, thus ensuring that only the owners of these accounts can access sensitive data.
Note that double factor authentication will remain optional for consumer accounts.
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