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Two Factor Authentication: What is it and how does it work?

Last week was all about the Heartbleed bug. The bug that can be hold responsible for making various passwords and other sensitive information public. More and more often hackers target major online services, webshops and email providers. 580 more words

Two-Factor Authentication: "What?" and "How?"

With all the press about the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability in the news, you probably don’t need another recount of why this is a big deal. 1,359 more words

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"Heartbleed" - would 2FA have helped?

You won’t have missed the “Heartbleed” bug.

Recent versions of OpenSSL – in fact, versions available for two years – have a buffer overflow vulnerability that can cause data leakage. 1,793 more words

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Tumblr beefs up security with two-factor authentication

Tumblr has now joined its evolutionarily, ever-more security-conscious brethren by plugging in 2FA, it announced on Monday.

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is also known as multi-factor or two-step verification and is the process of verifying someone’s identity with two out of three possible identifiers: 361 more words

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Mar 18 2014, Episode 332, Show Notes

Episode 332 of The CyberJungle is about 37 minutes long. You may download the file directly – great for listening on many smartphones. Or, you may go to the  182 more words

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Lync active two-factor authentication

Hello everyone (and a special hi to Tom if you’re reading this)!

As I mentioned in my post about increasing lync security there is another option to enable two-factor authentication or application specific passwords for Lync, apart from passive authentication. 961 more words

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Can you handle the heat?

Litecoins like all coins are easier to carry in wallets- the issue here is that the worn leather one in your back pocket won’t suffice here. 423 more words

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