I have read through the material and the support community but cannot find this precise case: If my account has 2FA with eg Authy and the PC is stolen, I understand that I could go online from another device and deactivate the stolen device or require 2FA on it for its next login. My question concerns the case where I might not know the device was stolen for several days (eg, left at home during traveling). So, now the thief has my PC and let's say he cracks the PC password and somehow cracks the 1PW Master Password. Then he has full access to 1PW vaults since the device and the browser was previously authenticated. If there was an option to enable 2FA on every login, yes that would be an extra step that I'd have to take every time and might be called security theater, but given the above case, 1PW's 2FA is no help. (Yes I know the PC password and the 1PW Master Password are the lines of defense here, but why have 2FA as an added security level if it's not used?) Appreciate any enlightenment, thanks.
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