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  1. Reddit has introduced 2FA security to help its users protect their online accounts. On Wednesday, the web content aggregation platform acknowledged that two-factor authentication (2FA) is a feature that users have requested for a long time. Reddit is now able to deliver. 2FA facilitates additional layers of security for online accounts, usually by connecting accounts to a mobile device and delivering one-time codes for additional authentication. We know that relying purely on passwords is not enough to keep our accounts secure -- especially as brute-force a
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