Can I not have a more secure account? That is the only reason I wanted 2fa in the first place.
Of course. All security is a sliding scale, with absolute security not existing due to the nature of computing (and if you really wanted to get into it, the nature of encryption, entropy and the universe itself. We happen to live in a universe that likes encryption). Nonetheless, I find it relevant to point out that there are different types of security, and different angles you can approach it from. The question might more precisely be posed: more secure in what way
As an aside. One must also consider: account is an entry point. It is your data that is sensitive, no? Forum software uses databases, where the info is often stored in plaintext (save for passwords, etc.), so some hypothetical attacker could simple gain access to say the table with PM data or similar, and bypass account security period. It's a matter of security type
. Just a thought!