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C0D4638801yWtf! I only have to do it for new devices, except vpn. That thing asks every time.
Jilano308641ySome of them don't surprise me, but others, eh...
If it's a professional phone only, they could enforce security measures and not require a 2FA code every single time.
Breath in - need otp.
Breath out - need otp.
What happens whem you drop your phone in the toilet?
Die from lack of oxygen?
alok123521yOtp system is also there in most government websites. And they have same otp as first time otp for a whole day.
molaram37501yyeah bank drone techs be like "We HaZ 2Fa We BeZt!" but then when you e-mail them a cute kitty PDF RK they open in their IE6 and own the entire intranet the feds start screaming "terrorizers!! terrorizers!!!".
Do you think if they would use something else than ms, they wouldn't implement the same security factors?
At least you're stuck with the Microsoft- and not the IBM-stack
For Microsoft 2FA, "Remember this device for 14 days" and "Keep me logged in" is a blatant lie.