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Review Finds Downgrade Attack in Solokey Firmware

A review of the SoloKey firmware found a serious downgrade attack flaw, which an attacker could use to install an older, vulnerable version. The bug has been fixed.

2FA

OpenSSH Adds Support for U2F Hardware Keys

OpenSSH has added support for hardware security keys that implement the U2F standard.

2FA

Make It Harder to Phish One-Time Passcodes Sent Over SMS

A proposal that would standardize the format of SMS messages being used in two-factor authentication schemes has a simple goal: make users relying on those one-time passcodes less susceptible to phishing attacks.

SMS, Sms 2fa, 2 Factor Authentication, 2FA, Browser Security, Phishing

Mozilla to Require 2FA for Add-On Developers

Mozilla will soon require add-on developers to enable 2FA for their accounts in an effort to defeat supply chain attacks.

2FA, Mozilla

Persistent Cookies Can Prove Troublesome for AWS

A researcher found that some AWS authentication cookies remain valid for up to 12 hours even after a user has changed the password and logged out.

2FA, Cloud