Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a security method that requires users to provide two or more pieces of evidence to verify their identity and access their accounts. MFA can enhance the protection of online accounts from hackers, who may try to steal passwords, personal information, or financial data. However, MFA is not foolproof, and hackers can still exploit some of its weaknesses to bypass it or trick users into granting them access. One of the most common ways is continuously requesting MFA approval, until the user accidentally presses yes.

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