Two Factor Auth is becoming a tool used to verify individuals against online accounts and profiles. It pairs something you have against something you know - a Mobile phone and a password.
This code makes use of Twilio - http://www.Twilio.com to generate a SMS message or voice call with a password you can use that you can use to authenticate that user is who they claim to be.
Copyright Mathew Jenkinson (c) 2014
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