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Protect yourself with two-factor

When it comes to protecting your online data and identity, two-factor authentication is a great tool to utilize whenever available. Two-factor authentication requires a password and a second form of identification such as a code sent via email or text. 122 more words

Assignments

Sample Code: RSA SecurID connector for Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM)

In this article I’m attaching a sample code that I have wrote back in 2013 for a connector / custom management agent (ECMA) to RSA SecurID server for managing software tokens to Active Directory users. 118 more words

Plug The Security Holes In Your Two-Factor Authentication

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DIY Hacking

International Business Times: How To Set Up Two-Step Long Verification For Twitter

International Business Times: How To Set Up Two-Step Long Verification For Twitter. “When Twitter introduced its two-step verification feature, many users weren’t sold on its practicality. 33 more words

Useful Stuff

Bloomberg: Google Will Retool User Security in Wake of Political Hack

Bloomberg: Google Will Retool User Security in Wake of Political Hack. “The Alphabet Inc. company next month will begin offering a service called the Advanced Protection Program that places a collection of features onto accounts such as email, including a new block on third-party applications from accessing data. 41 more words

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Lifehacker: Plug The Security Holes In Your Two-Factor Authentication

Lifehacker: Plug The Security Holes In Your Two-Factor Authentication. “On Tuesday, Techcrunch writer John Biggs had his phone number stolen by a hacker who gained control of Biggs’ T-Mobile SIM card, granting him access to Biggs’ phone number used to verify his identity. 38 more words

Security & Legal Issues