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yahoo email users will have a new way to login in to their accounts that will no longer require them to remember a traditional password.

The tech giant introduced on-demand passwords, where users can have new passwords sent to them via text message every time they need to log in and check out their inbox.{{more}}

The service is optional, so users interested in on-demand passwords go to Settings, then Security to set it up.

Yahoo’s password option works similarly to two-factor authentication, a second layer of protection for accounts where users type in a numeric code as well as their password to sign in to accounts. Codes are usually sent as a text message to the user’s mobile phone. Services including Google’s Gmail, Facebook and Twitter all offer two-factor authentication.

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