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ymmot 23h
Wow. Ballsy moves for me. Just got LastPass on the Chromebook (finally) and am generating 100% unique passwords for every log-in I use on the Internet. Not done yet, but will be soon here (as I do not have a lot of Internet accts) is already turned on for my ish
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IPification 15h
Because of a misconfiguration in Google's hardware security key Titan - a replacement for other forms of , anyone standing within 10 meters of the device to gain access to the user's account. You can get a free replacement... But do you want one?
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Jim Stone 7h
Google data out this week shows how valuable even the weakest, simplest form of two-factor authentication (2FA) can be against attacks. When available, always turn on 2FA.
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Versasec 1h
Need to unblock a PIN code using and not sure of the best method? Check out our latest blog,
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Tony Arthur 15h
"Every once in a while someone will ask me what is the best security advice...my short answer is, 'turn on two-factor'" -- . Research by shows that two-factor can block up to 100% of attacks targeting your accounts.
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Henry Osborne May 16
Hey , are you skipping options like auth apps or SMS codes and going straight to the securID token or are up moving up from those 2FA options? 🤔
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plutoo8 5h
Why has not been updated since 2017?
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ymmot 4h
Pixel 3a Arrives Tomorrow, And LastPass Is Easy
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Desired Outcomes | Cybersecurity Consulting 21h
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ArkanoiD May 19
"If you don’t have a recovery phone number established, then we might fall back on the weaker knowledge-based challenges, like recalling your last sign-in location." it is sick as fuck. And please stop retweeting how secure sms is by claims.
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masone May 11
Apple always sends the code to the device I‘m logging in from too. What‘s the point of that?
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Tech Help KB 📚 13h
's own data proves is the best defense against most account hacks via
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Richard Titus 3h
Turns out you are correct! learn something every day..
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Marc Gilman 12h
Nice summary of recent security research from on the importance of two-factor authentication for thwarting attacks and protecting accounts. Use whenever you can!
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🏳️‍🌈♀ GwenDragon 🐫 🐧 May 18
🔥☢ Titan T2 und T2 unsicher
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James Pearce May 15
Pet peeve - when you're using and it takes ages for a code to come through. It's only really effective if you get the code within minutes - 15 mins or more is not acceptable!
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Will Coleman 11h
With so many recent data breaches, the thought of your personal data being compromised can be overwhelming. The good news? Taking simple steps such as enabling can in fact protect your accounts from being hacked.
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Sheldon Corey 4h
Replying to @ahcastor
Wouldn’t a from your a ?
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TeleSign 10h
According to data two-factor authentication is still the best defense for most account hacks. Check out the article to learn more about why is still king.
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Mark Nardone May 14
Today’s the day! One small install for you, one giant leap forward for the security of both your and Northeastern data.
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Sticky Password 9h
Definitely something to take advantage of on all your online Accounts that support multi-factor authentication (aka two-factor authentication)!
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