've got bad news for you. Your password isn't that good. I don't care if it's a bunch of random letters and numbers never shared with a soul. I don't care if it is 12 words long and has capital letters, irregular characters, and numbers. I mean, you don't want 123456 or password as your password, but a complicated password isn't enough to stop crooks. Here's why.
Do you know what two-factor authentication is? You should.
According to a study by Pew Research, seventy-two percent of American adults polled don't know about one of the most important ways to protect your accounts.
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The best way to protect your accounts: two-factor authentication
A quick tip that could save you a lot of trouble with hackers.