[Anti-Hack] How to turn 2-step verification on Google
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(2017-02-01, 4:19:49 pm)Jake Wrote: I don't think they use much data anyway.

Assuming you're using a standard time-and-seed 2FA implementation, the apps shouldn't need ANY data.
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I have had 2 factor authorization on for a very long time. An email account is very important because it can be used to reset the password of all of your accounts. So as a precaution it should be difficult to get in. Authy is very good for those that use it. Recently, 2FA for SMS has been declared insecure http://thehackernews.com/2016/07/two-fac...ation.html
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