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POSSIBILITY OF DATA/ SECURITY BREACH/ THIRD-PARTY SITES
We have taken precautions to protect the security of user accounts. However, no website is 100% secure, just as no building is 100% secure. To help keep your data protected, you should not to use our Site over a shared Wifi connection or on a public or shared computer. You must manually log out of the Site with two clicks and close the browser windows (this is the only way to effectively log out). You are responsible for selecting a strong and secure password and protecting the integrity of your email account for password resets.
All users are eligible to use two-factor authentication as an extra layer of security. To request that your account be configured for two-factor authentication, please contact us.
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