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What is 2FA

A cybersecurity abbreviation for "two factor authentication ". This is a security measure to ensure your identity when logging into a bank or website. The most common method is that after you have entered the correct password then the system sends a code to your phone or email address which needs to be added to the next step of your login to get access. This security measure is there just in case your password has been compromised.

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