Here are some recommendations for what we’d like to see online services do while monitoring their platform for account fraud. While some of them apply specifically to account recovery, but recommendations focus on improving overall account security.
Newcomers to information security frequently don't know where to begin, and industry veterans need information that goes beyond the initial news to understand the implications and impact.
We tend to think of phone numbers as part of our identity, and that impression is reinforced when we use our phone numbers to register for mobile apps. For many mobile apps, however, phone number is a handy username. We are still looking for a proper identifier in the mobile world.
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Less than 10 percent of active Google accounts use two-step verification (2SV) to secure access to their services, like Gmail. While experts commonly favor using two-factor authentication or password managers, these tools are virtually absent from the security posture of regular users.
Pawn Storm (aka Fancy Bear) has been attempting to phish webmail accounts for many years now, targeting U.S. senators and political organizations across the world, according to a recent Trend Micro report.
When it comes to Internet of Things (IoT) security research, you may run into roadblocks examining Bluetooth pairing and encryption between older devices and new ones - this blog post explains what you need to know to overcome them.
In a technical paper released today, Duo Labs details research into two personal protection devices based on ARM Cortex M microcontrollers. These devices allow wearers to notify people of their well-being.
Have questions about the E.U.'s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? Get non-scary advice on the basics of complying, and what you need to do to protect your organization.
A number of recent malicious Google Chrome extensions that steal user data and CPU have slipped into the Chrome Web Store, disguised as ad blockers, security tools and URL shorteners. Users beware of shady extensions in the Chrome Web Store...
A new severe variation of the Not-Petya ransomware has infected mainly Russian users - here’s how it spreads and how to protect against it.
The exposure of SSH keys to public websites or code repositories can result in unauthorized admin access to your servers and systems.
The Duo Labs security research team compares the features and capabilities of several Bluetooth scanners and software to best assist you in your security and IoT research.
Learn about KRACK (key reinstallation attacks), the serious WPA2 vulnerabilities and how it impacts authentication and certain platforms, plus caveats on how the attack can work in the real world.
There’s a new sneaky brute-force attack targeting unprotected enterprise Office 365 accounts, including those in the manufacturing, financial services, healthcare industries.