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general:security [2017/09/26 15:11]
su [Log in with your work account]
general:security [2017/09/26 15:38]
su [1. Log in with your Social Media (LinkedIn or Google) account]
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 Any interaction between a user and the App Store must be authenticated. If a user is not authenticated, App Store redirects to a log-in page. Any interaction between a user and the App Store must be authenticated. If a user is not authenticated, App Store redirects to a log-in page.
  
-We provide multiple methods for user authentication:+We provide two main methods for user authentication:
  
 ==== 1. Log in with your Social Media (LinkedIn or Google) account ==== ==== 1. Log in with your Social Media (LinkedIn or Google) account ====
  
 Using a social media site as an authentication provider is an increasingly popular method of managing the log-in process. It means you don't need to set-up and remember a dedicated log-in for the App Store, and we can employ a trusted 3rd party security provider. At no point is your LinkedIn or Google password divulged to us. Using a social media site as an authentication provider is an increasingly popular method of managing the log-in process. It means you don't need to set-up and remember a dedicated log-in for the App Store, and we can employ a trusted 3rd party security provider. At no point is your LinkedIn or Google password divulged to us.
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-We reviewed LinkedIn's security policy and we trust they take their responsibility for your privacy seriously.  
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-[[https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/safety|LinkedIn Safety Center]] 
  
  
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