You Can Now Enable 2FA on Reddit

Reddit is finally offering two-factor authentication to all users. The content aggregator/social platform has been testing 2FA for a while, but it has finally flicked the switch. Which means Reddit users have an extra layer of security beyond the standard email/password combination. For the uninitiated, two-factor authentication is a double-lock for your account. So, you enter your password as usual, but then need a secondary code to gain access. Thus, two-factor authentication (2FA) stops hackers from accessing your account by simply entering your password. Reddit Enables 2FA for All A lot of websites now offer 2FA, and Reddit is the…

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