On Vulnerabilities Disclosed in Microsoft Exchange Web Services Industry News / Featured Article
On November 2nd, researchers from Black Hills Information Security disclosed a technique for bypassing multi-factor authentication on Outlook Web Access. To be clear, this is not a vulnerability or defect in Duo’s service, but rather, it is a defect in Microsoft Exchange Web Services.
For the past few months, we’ve worked with Google on testing early versions of the Chrome OS Verified Access API, which is now publicly available and configurable in the Google Apps Admin Panel.
Duolytics: Half of iPhones Running Most Secure Authentication Scheme Duo Labs / Featured Article
We dig deep into our data to find out how many iPhones are using built-in security, running the latest OS and hardware, and more.
Recently, the Duo Labs team analyzed the current state of security of Android devices. Our large sample includes users' personal devices used to access their employers systems and data, authenticating with Duo's two-factor authentication.
Microsoft will soon drop support for Internet Explorer versions 8, 9 and 10 - that means no more security updates. We took a look at our user data to determine the impact on IE users. Here’s what we found…
> At Duo Labs, we recently studied the state of outdated iOS devices in past article. With the recent release of iOS 9, we revisited this discussion, given the unique device-based insight our service can provide.
Identifying Bad Apples: Getting to the Core of iOS Vulnerabilities Duo Labs / Featured Article
At Duo Labs, we’re curious about the state of iOS updates. Since Apple manages both hardware and OS, we wanted to find out if the situation was better or worse than Android’s. Here’s our synopsis of our research, and recommendations for practical ways to keep your iOS devices secure.