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The core infrastructure backend (API, database, Docker, etc). (by bitwarden)
That's... just straight up misinformation that you're spreading. Bitwarden does NOT restrict based on trusted devices; in fact, they deleted the Device Verification related code recently.
The SimpleLogin back-end (by simple-login)
yes, although in a data breach it is very easy for them to parse out the characters between the '+' & '@'... I believe this will still help mitigate some attacks, but the best practice would be to use Firefox relay or simplelogin.io.
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Should I use Google logins for social media/online platforms? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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