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1-12-2010 @ 2:06AM
"But that even has an easy fix. Once a token is used for a successful login, it's no longer any good. For my wife and I, who share an authenticator, we wouldn't be able to use the same key like we usually do. It would inconvenience us by 60 seconds every login. That's a small price to pay for a world where nobody gets their account hacked."This is how it works already, though most likely on a per-account basis if you and your wife can use the same code - so each code works only once per account.
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