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I think you are making it a bit hard on yourself .. if the .com domain is available just buy it and register it with your new identity. for your old domain use domain privacy service to hide your name on that domain and redirect it 301 to your new domain, basically you will need to do that if you want to continue the same SERP exposure and not starting from ...


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The short answer: It depends. 2FA stops people from breaking in, but it can't do anything if the account is already broken. The long answer: This specific attack will likely succeed if it is pulled off successfully, regardless of whether or not you have two factor authentication, as 2FA is a protective measure to help secure your account from being broken ...


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