Ready for the head-scratcher of the day? If you recently tried to access Twitter and came across this request to UN-secure your account, here's an explanation of sorts:

It's no secret that when it comes to getting your multifactor access code on your phone, text messaging is still more popular than the more secure authenticator apps.

So it came as a bit of a surprise to discover that Twitter has recently decreed that unless you're a paid up member of Twitter Blue, you're now "limited" to only using *the more secure* means of accessing Elon's infamous playground. The company says that the change was necessary to prevent hacking and abuse of the weaker SMS method, which is apparently all made better by charging $8/mth directly to your credit card.

But wait, the confusing new rule still permits the use of a plain old insecure password for free! Now that's good defensive security thinking right there!