Multi-Factor Authentication Fatigue

Multi-Factor Authentication Fatigue Attack, Signal Account Twilio Hack, Facebook and Instagram In-App Browser

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A Cisco employee was compromised by a ransomware gang using a technique called multi-factor authentication fatigue, an attack on the Signal messenger app’s SMS service Twilio potentially disclosed the phone numbers of 1,900 users, and details on how Facebook and Instagram track what you click on including your web browsing history by using their in-app browser.

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Kevin’s interview on the Bishop Fox Livestream from DEF CON 30

Cisco Hacked by Ransomware Gang, Data Stolen

Nearly 1,900 Signal Messenger Accounts Potentially Compromised in Twilio Hack

Facebook and Instagram rewrite websites via in-app browser that can track ‘every single interaction’

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