Tesla is finally fixing this major security flaw

Tesla is finally adding a much-needed security feature to its mobile app in a bid to try and protect its vehicles.

The carmaker is introducing two-factor authentication (2FA) into its mobile app, meaning users will need to combine login information with a code or identifier linked to their personal device in order to gain access, hopefully boosting security protection for owners.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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