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    Protect your Twitch account as best you can with 2FA.
    Holding accounts with any online platform carries some degree of risk. That's why two-factor authentication (2FA) is a must-have for any service that supports it. If you have a Twitch account, the good news is that it does and if you don't yet have it enabled you definitely should.
    Twitch also doesn't rely solely on SMS messages for its 2FA tokens, which is good, because generally speaking you want to be using an authenticator app instead. Even with 2FA on though, you should always be looking out for your online security, and you should pair it with a strong, randomly generated password.

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    10-06-2021 07:42 AM

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