All right here’s the deal. My internet is unstable, according to my internet provider Xittel, the connectivity and capping problems. That they could either upgrade the main antenna or construct another Tower so to stabilize the internet.
My cell Network doesn’t have 3G and data plans, my mobile was able to connect through Wi-Fi. Knet mobile cell provider told me that they are working on getting 3-g Network. But it will be in a year.
I am hoping that I would get 3-g this summer or before the year’s end. Once 3G is up I will use two-factor Authentication or two Factor verification. But I will have to get a different prepaid sim card if I were to travel to moosonee or Timmins, Ontario. Either by Bell Canada or Rogers, but that would cause me some problems. We will still use passwords as single authentication method.
As I am dictating this blog post via my mobile. I don’t know what the future will hold, if I will be able to get to do login to all my accounts without two-factor Authentication. If I am unable to login it means that they set up a new standard of which that would inconvenience a large segment of the population. A friend of mine said that passwords would not disappear, people trust passwords. Not everyone has a smartphone, adding to the factor of money being tight and unable to acquire the said devices along with Mobile plans and contract, even though it’s prepaid AKA pay as you go.
Going off topic, those devices dangerous when you’re out and about, people are glued to their devices they don’t pay attention to where they are going or walking. I don’t text and walk especially when in the First Nations Reserve.
To be truthful, even though passwords are difficult to kill, as my friend believed. Two-factor verification will still be optional, I believe. So people readers post will not panic remember Don’t Panic buying and don’t panic into doing things.
But I can’t afford a password manager and there’s no word when the data plans that will be available in Attawapiskat First Nation. Then again, I could ask them again.
Again, if I disappear abruptly and unable to login to this account among others without passwords alone. I think that we the users are being grandfathered in to using two-factor verification as default, not any time soon. But but remember don’t panic into doing anything.