Facebook’s two-factor authentication is a feature aimed at making your account more secure. It works by prompting you to enter a code whenever you log in, and one of the ways to obtain a code is by having it sent as a text to your phone number. However, some Facebook users who have two-factor authentication enabled have been getting more than they actually signed up for.
The issue was recently brought up on Twitter by user Gabriel Lewis, who gave Facebook his phone number so that he could receive his two-factor authentication codes as texts. Strangely, he’s beeen also …
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