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Additionally, is two-factor authentication in general less secure, and if so, why?
Yes, it appears that RSA SecureIDs were compromised. RSA hasn't clearly stated that the algorithm or other critical data is safe, and not saying so outright is pretty revealing.
No, this doesn't make other forms of two-factor authentication any less secure.
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