Two-Factor Authentication

What does the name “Panama Papers” bring to your mind? Outed tax evaders? Exposed grafters? Money launderers? Or like me, does your mind go straight to the risk and prevention of insider security breaches? For those of you who don’t habitually pore over the financial or security press, the Panama Papers refers to a massive…

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Travis Greene
Jul 14, 2016
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It seems that not even strong 2-factor authentication methods are safe from human error. If someone possesses your phone number and username, a scenario can be devised to first login to a website and trigger a verification code sent to your phone. The attacker would then continue with a follow-up SMS message asking the user…

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