3/4 of Hungarians use passwords, usernames for online services

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Almost three-quarters of Hungarians log in with a username and password to access online services, according to data compiled by EU statistical agency Eurostat.

Last year, 72% of Hungarians between the ages of 16 and 74 said they had used a username and password to access online services in the previous three months, according to survey data.

The ratio is just under the 75% average across the European Union. About 48% of Hungarians said they had used multi-factor authentication involving their mobile phone to access online services, a little over the 46% EU average.

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