Left my previous place of employment last Feb and my manager immediately disabled 2FA on every site I had enabled it on because a handful of people complained it was too difficult to use and a massive inconvenience.
A year and a single phishing email later, some Russians walked on to their network and Hello Kitty ran riot which cost them their entire domain and over a million pounds.
I love 2FA/MFA and would expect every single person on a computer forum such as this to be using it.
I cant recall what it was now, but i had something else ask me to set up 2FA and use google authenticator, So i did..it was useless, id scan the code and it just wouldn't do anything.What do you mean it never worked?
Times how many devices you have. I would say tedious as opposed to irritating, I have it enabled as I’d happily do tedious over the hassle of having any account compromised
It takes less than two seconds with a password manager. Just click the TOTP button to put the correct number into your clipboard (it's the clock on the right, in this case), and then paste the number into the form and you're done.
To unlock your vault assuming you are using a strong password takes longer than 2 seconds .... On mobile/tablet its just well.. tedious as I said.
You should only be asked for your six digit numeric code every 30 days. If you're being prompted more often then you're doing something with cookies.Umm it's asked for my QR code again, this is the second time in a week! Already set to 60 days, and no I haven't changed IP or phone device
And have 2FA enabled on your emails too, otherwise the internet isn't for you.