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Two-factor authentication: Everything you need to know!

How do you protect your photos, messages, and more from being hacked or stolen online? With two-factor authentication! Hackers are too good, and security systems flawed. Longer complicated passwords created by generators like Safari's iCloud Keychain or third party apps like LastPass or 1Password can help, but the best way to lock down your accounts is to add extra security options for two-step or two-factor (2FA) authentication.
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