Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a commonly used means of securing access to website accounts through easily understood login procedures. Once the user provides the required information, whether a password or site generated code, a session cookie is generated and a secure session is established between the user and the site. But what if an unauthorized person eavesdrops and collects the 2FA information or session cookie?Read more »
Modlishka – Exploiting Two-Factor Authentication Posted on: January 22, 2019 In: Data Privacy & Cybersecurity
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