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Hello everybody, to secure your accounts we urge all our users to NOT reuse their passwords and to turn on two-step authentication. You are strongly advised to set up 2-factor authentication (2FA). This is an additional security measure to ensure you are the only one who can access your wallet. Below are the instructions on how to set up 2FA. Download the Authy or Google Authenticator app to your mobile device. Login to your GateHub account and navigate to settings -> security -> 2FA and turn it on. Open your authentication app and scan the on-screen QR code. Follow the on-screen instructions to finish the process. Once 2FA is enabled, you will be prompted to input the verification code generated by the authentication app on your mobile device. This step will provide a higher level of security for your account.
This is question mainly for Ripple employees who have better knowledge then us. @JoelKatz If Golem and SONM, projects on ethereum that are supposed to be super computers get run on 100 million computers, are our secret keys safe? I know that one ripple employee said that quantum computers are not all mighty, but 100 mil regular (or later 100 mil quantum) computers connected to 1 network are much stronger then quantum computer. Could they hack our secret keys? What if you use Ledger Nano S, I know you have to confirm transactoin on stick, but still if someone hacks secret key your Nano is worthless. How safe is Nano Ledger S in such case? If that would happen, then all cryptos would lose value immediately. So question is, how safe are our secret keys if attacker uses 100 million connected computers to hack them? What would be best protection against that? Thank you in advance