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Angela McNamara, a Facebook user in Canada, got three bad surprises in a row. First, her Facebook profile was hacked and taken over. Second, the attackers activated Facebook’s two-factor authentication (2FA), using the extra security feature to double-down on keeping Angela out of her own account. And third, try as she might, she got no recovery help from Facebook. 

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