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I discovered one feature that really struck me - Bitwarden can store and generate one−time passwords for two−factor authentication!
If you've added two-factor authentication to Bitwarden, but are wondering why it's not working on the desktop client, fear not. Jack Wallen shows you how to unlock this particular magic.
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According to SplashData, 123456 was the most common password in 2019. It's highly likely that you are using a weak password or the same password for multiple accounts. To prevent this, use a password manager like Bitwarden.
Step up authentication for password managers Given that home networks are often less secure than business networks, MFA is vital in these new circumstances