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    Astro_Alphard commented  · 

    Phone based 2FA doesn't work for all users. For example I need to have multiple emergency numbers on speed dial. Due to the nature of work on a safety team the 1 second that a phone will take for password authentication could be the difference between life and death for me or my team. It was the difference between life and death for another team. As such my phone isn't password protected and routinely gets hacked, I don't keep any sensitive information on it and routinely factory reset it so I'm not too concerned. Any sensitive info I have is ALWAYS on my home computer in a secure drive under multiple layers of encryption, or just stored in my mind. Using phone based 2FA is just begging to have my account hacked.