So I know this is a stupid question and I already know the answer but why does 1 Password allow the storing of Two Factor Authentication token in the app? I get the convenience of it but does this not completely break the whole point of 2FA? SO now if someone got access to my database they have my passwords and my 2FA tokens! Where as before they would have to gain access to my 1Passwrod database AND access to my Google Authenticator on my phone. As a make of an application to keep people safe this seems like a really really really really bad idea to encourage users to do this! Am I just crazy here or what were they thinking?
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