Following Hack, Reddit Encourages Enabling 2FA

If you haven’t already, you should probably set up stronger passwords and enable two-factor authentication on your online accounts. That was the message Reddit promoted following a data breach that left some internal documents, code and business systems exposed, Reddit confirmed on Thursday. In a post on the Reddit site, the company stressed that Reddit users’ passwords and accounts were safe, but it used the attack as an opportunity to remind people to protect their account. 

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