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This depends on the kind of 2FA and of the policies of the service providers. If 2FA is strictly bound to a dedicated physical device (U2F token or similar) it should be kind of impossible to bypass it directly unless the attacker gets hold of this physical device. If 2FA is instead only implemented using an app on a mobile phone the attacker might ...


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Encryption is a mathematical operation which scrambles your readable data into unreadable data. To make the resultant ciphertexts less predictable, algorithms have to ensure that the entropy is high. In other words, if you take a large plaintext sample - for example a wikipedia article, the number of occurrences of 't' and 'e' would be considerably high ...


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