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Green Dispensing Malware to ATM Machines

A downside of technical innovation lies in the unfortunate ability to hack devices with the aim of stealing information and scamming consumers out of their savings. ATM’s are not immune to this threat and a new…

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Bug in PayPal Renders Two-Factor Authorization Useless

Security blogger Joshua Rogers of Melbourne wrote a piece about PayPal’s two -factor authorization system at the beginning of June and discovered a pretty concerning bug in it. Anyone with it enabled, would be able to access…

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PayPal’s Two-Factor Authentication Gets Breached

It is widely recommended that you use Two-Factor authentication on as many accounts as possible because it is supposed to provide a secondary layer of security that makes it almost impossible to hack your accounts. Typically…

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Americans Worried About Account Hacks, But Can’t Be Bothered With Extra Security

According to a new report, by Harris Interactive on behalf of Imperium, 79% of Americans have stated that they are worried about their accounts, for various online services, being hacked/compromised yet 75% of them say they…

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Kim Dotcom Claims He Owns Two-Factor Authentication Patent

Twitter has recently rolled out two-factor authentication and Kim Dotcom has come forward to say he is the inventor of this feature, and has the patent to prove it. The patent which was filed in 1998…