If your account is hacked and you have not enabled 2-factor authentication, the hacker could enable it and tie the account to a device they control, making it even more difficult for you to recover access to your account. So it’s important to set up 2FA before you get hacked.
From Krebs on Security: Turn on MFA Before Crooks Do It For You
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