I am starting to see a majority of services, websites, and social networks offering the 2-step Authentication like crazy now to protect their users. Also, after reading how the Twitter Account N was hacked, 2-Step Authentication to protect our accounts online seems like a requirement more and more.
There is even a website to help see which services uses it and doesn't use it at Two Factor Auth (2FA).
I have had several major hacking attempts all over my social networking profiles, and own personal websites which I administrate and help run.
I also feel like we have to use it, or else we will have our banking accounts accessed and comprised.
With my last month experiences, I had 107 loggin attempts text messaged to me from my PayPal and Facebook account. They all failed, but if it wasn't for the login code texted to my phone, I would of had money taken out of my account.
Are we now forced to use 2-Step Authentication to keep our accounts and assets secure now? Should we make this a web standard to make sure people are secure to just visit our websites and services?