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Do Not Use Easily Phishable MFA and That Is Most MFA!

Everyone should use multifactor authentication (MFA), where they can, to protect valuable information. Everyone!

The problem is that the MFA used by most people and companies is barely better than passwords and just as easy to compromise. If possible, you and your company should strive to use phishing-resistant MFA.


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