Using SMS as a means for two-factor authentication can be the weak link that leads to account compromise, according to Arvind Narayanan, an associate professor of Computer Science at Princeton University, who outlined an easy way that he and three of his colleagues had tested out to compromise accounts.
There has been a call for Australia’s telecommunications companies to raise the bar for consumer identity verification and increase consumer safeguards.
A security researcher who claims to have managed to bypass two-factor authentication on the website of the US-based digital asset exchange Poloniex says he sold the vulnerability information after waiting for more than 60 days for the company to react after being informed.
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