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Twitter apps get support for hardware two-factor security keys

Twitter apps get support for hardware two-factor security keys

There are plenty of forms of so-called two-factor authentication when it comes to security, and not all of them are equal. Among the higher tiers of security is an actual, physical hardware key that requires you to plug it in when signing into an account. Fans of the standard will be glad to hear that Twitter has just announced that hardware key-based two-factor authentication can now be used to log in on Android and iOS.

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Google’s 89,000+ employees have had zero phishing incidents since switching to hardware security keys in 2017

Google’s 89,000+ employees have had zero phishing incidents since switching to hardware security keys in 2017

Phishing attacks are deceptively successful against less experienced users, but even those that consider themselves reasonably technical can occasionally fall prey to the simple approach. According to a recent report by Krebs on Security, Google and its employees aren't among the 76% of businesses that have been victims of phishing attacks in the last year. In fact, not one of the company's employees work accounts has been successfully phished since 2017, thanks to hardware 2FA security keys.

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