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Note: First of all, let me clarify that if a machine on which a password manager is running is compromised, no amount of memory protection or other safeguards will completely save the user (and a compromised computer is also not the threat a password manager is designed to defend against). That said, a password manager can take measures to limit the damage ...


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In this case i would consider it a 1-factor authentication, but only from the client-side. On the client side it would not much differ from using a password only, as each factor is not seperated from each other and can be accessed with the same password. From a server-side view it can still be considered a 2-factor authentication, as the authentication ...


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I just talked to them today and they are still doing the same thing. The lady who helped me was not very knowledgable about encryption, but she did tell me what she did to validate my account. She told me she didn't have access to my account's password. But rather, she typed the characters I sent her into a prompt and then the system either validated it or ...


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