In mid-June, Lastpass made news again, and I've since been mowing around the idea of two-factor authentication. After familiarizing myself with SMS and Google Authenticator, I thought the SMS was a little more user friendly. Although not as widespread or as secure as the latter, surely it's better than a single password..?
Anyways, I had been poking around inside Tasker (automation app), when I suddenly got an idea. Would using text-to-speech on an SMS-based 2FA (have it read aloud) be a bad idea? Would it be any less secure than unlocking the phone and reading the message? Considering permissions/malware/etc, I feel like it could be intercepted if it wanted to be, but I am not educated on the schematics to know any better. I would like to know if this would be a viable option, or would it just be too unsafe?