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Google wants to enable multi-factor authentication by default

Google strives to push all its users to start using two-factor authentication (2FA), which can block attackers from taking control of their accounts using compromised credentials or guessing their passwords.

Vulnerability In Duo Security App 2FA Could Allow Account Takeover

The vulnerability in Duo Security app could allow an adversary with authenticated access bypass 2FA and takeover victim account.

New Attack Could Let Hackers Clone Your Google Titan 2FA Security Keys

A new side-channel attack could let hackers extract your private two-factor authentication encryption keys from Google Titan Security Keys and clone.

Researcher: I Hacked Trump’s Twitter by Guessing Password

Trump’s weak Twitter password and lack of basic two-factor authentication protections made it shockingly simple to hack his account, Dutch security researcher Victor Gevers reported.

Android Malware Bypasses 2FA And Targets Telegram, Gmail Passwords

A new Android malware strain has been uncovered, part of the Rampant Kitten threat group's widespread surveillance campaign that targets Telegram credentials and more.

Zoom adds two-factor authentication (2FA) support to all accounts

Zoom has announced that starting today it has added two-factor authentication (2FA) support to all user accounts to make it simpler to secure them against security breaches and identity theft.

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