Google pumped more life into the use of physical keys as a second form of authentication when it added Security Key enforcement support to G Suite.
WhatsApp has introduced a new security feature that fixes a loophole in the popular messaging platform, which if exploited, could allow an attacker to hijack victim’s account with just knowing the victim’s phone number and some hacking skills.
The attack does not exploit any vulnerability in WhatsApp; instead, it relies on the way the account setup mechanism works.
WhatsApp allows users to sign
We have heard a lot about data breaches nowadays. And if you think that switching to an encrypted messaging service may secure you and your data, then you may be wrong.
No good deed today can help you protect yourself completely.
Reuters and several media outlets are reporting that the phone numbers of 15 Million users in Iran and more than a dozen accounts on the Telegram instant messaging
SMS-based Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) has been declared insecure and soon it might be a thing of the past.
Two-Factor Authentication or 2FA adds an extra step of entering a random passcode sent to you via an SMS or call when you log in to your account as an added layer of protection.
For example, if you have 2FA enabled on Gmail, the platform will send a six-digit passcode to your mobile
When it comes to data breaches of major online services like LinkedIn, MySpace, Twitter and VK.com, it’s two-factor authentication that could save you from being hacked.
Two-factor authentication or 2-step verification is an effective way to secure online accounts, but many users avoid enabling the feature just to save themselves from irritation of receiving and typing a six-digit code that