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Why Has Multifactor Authentication Has Become a Target For Hackers?
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First, let me introduce you to the method on Multi-Factor authentication if you aren’t already aware of what it is. Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a security system that verifies a user’s identity by requiring multiple credentials. The rise of popularity within Multi-Factor Authentication has resulted in many cyber attacks trying to gain access to other peoples personal information through the use of the Multi-Factor Authentication. One of the most common forms of attacks is the “SIM” swap, this is when the hacker changes the number associated with your “SIM” card in order to assume your identity. Another form of cyber attacks involving this is referred to as “Channel Jacking”. What this means is that the attacker will send you an email saying anything to rope the victim in, most typically they will create a fraudulent page to be made like your bank and once you enter all your information they’re able to put it to use.
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