October 26, 2017

New York Times: Google’s Key to Strong Password Protection Runs Into Limits

John Sabin, a former hacker for the National Security Agency, says Google’s Advanced Protection Program using FIDO Security keys is “probably the easiest and most secure multifactor for the masses,” and the New York Times says “many people should consider signing up for the security system and buying a pair of keys” for stronger authentication. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/25/technology/personaltech/google-keys-advanced-protection-program.html?mtrref=undefined

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