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Mobile devices and multifactor authentication

Phones & Multifactor Authentication Vulnerabilities

Single-factor authentication leaves you vulnerable to hacking. That’s why we always recommend using multifactor authentication, or at least two-factor authentication, to present an attacker with additional friction and complexity. If you’ve added multifactor authentication into place, that’s great. You’re more secure for it. However, you’re now vulnerable to what’s known...