So, apparently I've been a lurker since about 2009 so I think it's finally time for me to contribute something.
Over the past month or so I've managed to round-up most (if not all) of my online accounts and enable any two-factor authentication (2FA) that I could and change most of my passwords to be completely random. I've used 1Password to catalogue them all and inform me of weak and repeating ones etc. Long story, short...I've enhanced my digital life security.
When it comes to 2FA however, it infuriates me when companies seem to rely on proprietary methods for accomplishing this because it stops me from using 1Password to hold all my information. However, I seem to had some success with PayPal 2FA (provided by Symactec/VeriSign via VIP Access):
Link for the original blog post of Cyrozap's disassembly of their applications - it's quite old dated at 2014 but it's still a nice read.
Link to Cyrozap's associated GitHub project for an open implementation of PayPals 2FA.
I followed the pip installation instructions for his python-vipaccess as stated and went through PayPal's "security key" activation and used the VSST[Number] for the "serial number".
Worked an absolute treat!
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