Two-factor authentication broken

, posted: 23-May-2013 17:52

As Twitter attempts to make it service more secure and possibly facing legal action by Kim Dotcom for patent infringement some security experts say 2FA is basically b0rk3d already.

There's more about it in the story linked to above, but I'm wondering where to next if 2FA now can't be trusted?

And here's Mr Dotcom himself, not talking about his 2FA patent.

Kim Dotcom at Mega Party 1

Kim Dotcom taking the stage at the launch of Mega. Photo: Juha Saarinen

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