Archive for April, 2014

Two Factor Authentication

Friday, April 25th, 2014
Sample screen shot of iPhone app showing TFA code

TFA – Two Factor Authentication

The development team at R4L has added a new security feature for account login called Two Factor Authentication (TFA).  Once configured, TFA will automatically generate a new 6 digit code every 30 seconds, and this is required with your current login password in order to access your account.


The new gTLDs are here!

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

The face of the Internet is changing with the introduction of new generic extensions (also called gTLDs or generic top level domains). Instead of having a domain name with a .com extension and the part coming before the .com describing the purpose of the site, you can now register domains with extensions that are part of the meaning of the site.