Welcome to episode 65 of This Week Online Today, where I will be talking to you about the big online news that has been happening this week today to make sure that you are ahead of the game when it comes to running your online brand successfully.
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In this episode of This Week Online Today, I talk about the following:
- the news about Reddit being hacked because of “insecure 2FA” (two-factor authentication)
- how the attacker accessed the database by intercepting SMS
- what you should think about when using SMS 2FA vs app-based 2FA
- why 2FA is still important and you should use it