Does Two Factor Authentication Actually Weaken Security?
This article flies in the face of general consensus. As you're here, you either share this view or you're questioning my sanity and/or logic. Adoption Rates Ultimately, the success of any new technology hinges on the end-user. Trouble is, 2FA isn't new... we've used it in various contexts since
Immobilise: Police Security Initiative Exposes 28 Million Records.
05/01/2015: Recipero, the company behind Immobilise, NMPR and CheckMEND have now mitigated this risk by limiting access to the "/verify" & pdf generation pages to only authorized users. You're no longer able to view records which you do not own, so although it's undoubtedly more secure,
Bank & Mobile Network Security: For want of a nail...
Ever since publishing a "two factor authentication vs two step verification" article in 2014, I've been waiting for an opportunity to irrefutably demonstrate the difference. Note: This article is very much a "work in progress" as until both exploits are patched, I can't provide any technical