Enable multi-factor authentication
I just realized that familysearch doesn't support multi-factor authentication. This is a serious problem given the amount of personal information in our profiles about ourselves, our children, and parents, living or dead which could be exploited to create fraudulent accounts.
Multi-factor authentication is pretty much standard second level of defense. Neglecting it puts me at risk, my children, my parents, as well as the Church at risk.
Why in the name of all that is holy would you actually desire multi-device hassleification?
And why do you have personal information in your FS profile? Nobody sees it besides you, it doesn't need to be there. Likewise for any profiles you've entered for living people: the best way to protect their privacy is to never put their information online, anywhere. Keep track of those details strictly offline. Their FS profiles are just connectors; it's gracious plenty to label them as "Mom-Mom" and "Pop-Pop" (and nothing else).2
Many Multi Factor Authentication also breaches your privacy, and is a form of spyware in my thoughts. if you were to study this, you will learn how it is and why you should be aware of how it spies on you. Familysearch tries to Protect your privacy and they do it quite well, but some areas they lack, I agree. and other areas I feel they need a wake up call. (No Google and Facebook) One great thought they could do is similar to what Proton Mail does, where you must have 2 passwords to Login, it would beef up that feature and Make it Tougher for People to hack your password. When this is done they do it in away to where it is like Multi Factor Authentication, It also dont have the spyware like others have.0