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Scammers Are Phishing your MFA Codes

Gone are the days of MFA (multi-factor authentication) being an optional add-on. It is now mandatory at nearly every provider and the bad guys are working overtime to get around it.

We have warned clients for years of using text messaging codes due to their easy to steal nature. Now even the Authenticator Apps recommend by nearly all major players are no longer sufficient.

Enter the security key, a hardware-based device that you carry with you. They are cheap, unbreakable security that will keep your business safe from the bad actors. We recommend keys from Yubico and will gladly make an appointment to visit your office and demonstrate how these keys can work for you.

For a full read on how scammers thwart your current MFA practices read this post over at Malwarebytes Labs:

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