Musk: Tesla dual authentication function has entered the final verification stage

Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted on Friday that the late arrival of dual authentication for its company’s app was embarrassing, but now it is clearly on its way. Musk did not provide a specific time, but he tweeted that dual authentication – an additional step to verify the user’s identity at login – has entered the “final authentication” phase. < / P > < p > infer from Musk’s tweets that Tesla’s 2fa will be used through SMS and authentication applications, which is generally believed to make the system more secure. Musk said last year that Tesla was “upgrading” its core operating system and would soon launch 2fa. Tesla’s app is basically a key to the company’s latest models, allowing owners to use it to remotely lock and unlock their cars. < / P > < p > Tesla’s cars are generally considered to be very burglar proof because they have a GPS that is always on, which allows owners to track their cars. The company introduced pin code entry for its cars in 2018. But the addition of 2fa will also require the input of codes generated from individual devices, usually smart phones, which will add another layer of security for keyless entry into the system. Developed a “plug and play” solar power generation scheme, and “5B” won a $12 million round a financing