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There's one thing I don't understand. As you mentioned, the main worry with having email compromised just once is that the person can see everything you've ever sent/received. The purpose of the application passwords is that they allow applications to access your Gmail with a revokable password in case those applications are compromised. However, correct me if I'm wrong, but if one of those passwords is compromised, it bypasses the 2-factor validation, right? So if one is compromised, the hacker has already accessed all your email, right? Doesn't that defeat the purpose of revoking since they're already in your email?
Toggle Commented Apr 19, 2012 on Make Your Email Hacker Proof at Coding Horror
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Apr 19, 2012