When will Mint's Intuit begin to support FirstTech Bank's secure second-factor authentication? Without this Mint is not compatible with FirstTech upgraded online system.

The connection between Mint and FirstTech bank is no longer working. They have upgraded their online system, which forced me to change password. I have been trying to update the password in Mint, but then there is a second level authentication required. Mint keeps telling me that something went wrong. this is what I found on FirstTech website: KNOWN ISSUES: Currently, Intuit does not support our secure second-factor authentication. We are working with them on an update. Quicken may download your transactions for you, but if you are challenged to enter a secure code (similar to when logging in) to verify your identity, the login will fail." Is there any expected time to fix this? Most of my transactions are at FirstTech, so if Mint is no longer compatible or there is not clear timeline for the fix, I need to know ASAP. Thank you, Yulia

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