So, is anything actually happening with this? Given when the topic was started I'm going to say no. The 'answer' of you need SMS to login is pretty pathetic and not really an answer to these concerns. It's laughable that they state security is a high concern, yet only supply SMS as an option. I'm all for two-factor authentication but options need to be provided, not just one being forced. While it's fair to say that the majority of people will have a mobile, that doesn't account for those that don't, don't need or can't use a mobile. So why bother with the minority when you have the majority, right? Can the people in power please do something about this. Your own words even say "One such measure...." One. Which means there are others. You've had more than enough time to implement other factors and there really is no excuse for not doing it, aside from sheer stubborness. If other financial related companies can do it and still be secure, then so can you. Please do something about this.
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