Not really. Note that it's not me saying this, it's Google itself :)

I've replied to Lem below with an example of phishing attack that would work with Google Authenticator, but not with a security key.

In full fairness, if you use authenticator you're probably good. Advanced Protection, as the name suggests, is a pretty paranoic setting for people that feel at risk of targeted online attacks.

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Forging the Everdragons2 NFT. Former security at Pinterest.

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