For 2FA, I used a code generated by Google Authenticator to enter my account - but codes are rejected
Recently I activated 2FA on Firefox. I scanned the barcode by Google authenticator, to make it my code generator. I'm now trying to enter Firefox on my laptop. After ty… (read more)
Recently I activated 2FA on Firefox. I scanned the barcode by Google authenticator, to make it my code generator.
I'm now trying to enter Firefox on my laptop. After typing my password, when I try to enter one of the generated Google Authenticator codes, I constantly get a response "Invalid code".
I had to use one of the backup codes (out of the 8), and managed to enter my account on the laptop, but none of the logins and passwords were found there (it's empty).
My first question is why does Firefox reject the codes received from Google Authenticator (do I have to cancel my 2FA and define it once again? but I did everything by the book, with GA, and it seemed fine the other day).
My second question: I finally managed to enter my account with one of the eight backup code. Why are there no passwords etc? Aren't they automatically drawn from my usual (existing) account?
The laptop runs Win 10. I installed the 2FA on my main computer, which runs Win 11.
Thank you very much in advance, Eldad