Phishing attacks that can bypass 2-factor authentication. Where 2FA normally offers an extra layer of protection that is lacking in single-layer protection provided by usernames and passwords. In most cases, that should give businesses some much-needed peace of mind. But hackers are forever finding ways to circumvent any security measures developed to thwart their malicious […]
Many websites and apps have started to offer two-factor authentication 2FA solutions for their logins. According to the 2018 Global Password Security Report, organizations which are using two-factor authentication (2FA) has risen from 24 percent in 2017 to 45 percent in 2018. This is a very significant increase. However, most platforms only offer the most […]
In an effort to make your online accounts safe, many websites and services offer two-factor authentication solutions. Adding an extra layer of security to your online accounts by linking it to another device and sending a unique, one-time code that you would need to enter together with your login credentials. It sounds a lot safer […]
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Phishing attacks continue to be a mainstream enterprise for credential grabbing ( passwords ). The attackers continue to evolve their methods
Across multiple types of business from banking to web-only based stores. A common practice I see is that the business is going to great lengths to secure itself.
It goes on to talk about a machine that IBM built (the Cracken) that can crack any password up to 14 characters in 5 minutes or less.
Recently, the topic of protecting the individual (user) at the point of entry (login), to a application or digital resource has risen to the top of security discussion.
The fact that we have a national day for passwords exposes how inadequate they are as a “key” to our data. I know I didn’t change all of my login passwords,