We all know that OTP is a far more secure 2FA than SMS 2FA. Especially considering the numerous available ways for hackers to convince cell phone carrier customer service agents to enable number ports or SIM swap. HOWEVER: there are an unfortunately high number of websites and services that only allow SMS 2FA (especially financial institutions...).
Frankly... I don't trust my carrier (as no one really should). And until OTP 2FA is more popular, any 2FA provides more security for your customers.
The feature I am proposing is a phone number enabled for 1Password accounts to receive SMS 2FA codes for sites that only support SMS 2FA. While this doesn't solve all the issues surrounding SMS 2FA, it can at least prevent these codes from being stolen by SIM swaps, number porting, etc (given that 1Password continues to uphold its integrity by engineering to prevent these things from happening).
Let me know what y'all think.
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