• Hackers use cookies to bypass two-factor authentication

    Cookie theft is nothing but an attack that lets hackers bypass logins and gain access to personal databases. According to Sophos, Cookie Theft is one of the latest trends in cybercrime. Hackers have found a way to bypass cookies attached to logins and copy them to hijack active or recent web sessions of programs that are not usually updated. Security advice for organizations is to move their most sensitive information to cloud services or use Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).


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    Hackers use cookies to bypass two-factor authentication Cookie theft is nothing but an attack that lets hackers bypass logins and gain access to personal databases. According to Sophos, Cookie Theft is one of the latest trends in cybercrime. Hackers have found a way to bypass cookies attached to logins and copy them to hijack active or recent web sessions of programs that are not usually updated. Security advice for organizations is to move their most sensitive information to cloud services or use Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA). To know more: https://www.abservetech.com/blog/hackers-use-cookie-theft-to-bypass-two-factor-authentication/ #hackers #cookie #bypass #programs #cybercrime #hijack #malware #authentication.
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