1st, I deleted my Twitter account a long time ago, so I can't post questions there.
2nd, my son and I were listening to ep 6, and he asked what the big deal with 2FA over SMS is. I get it in theory - it's insecure. But in practice, for the average punter, is it really that big a deal? Someone has to have my login credentials, intercept a 2FA text in real time and input into the website in a matter of a couple of minutes. Given that 2FA a backup, what are the chances, really? I get that it's not good for business, but am I missing something?
Loving the podcast. "Random but Memorable" is very apt! It reminded me to get my backside into gear and get my wife using our family account, AND that 1PW is an authenticator app. Thank you, thank you, thank you. You just made my life better.
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