a multi factor authentication requires at least two sets of credentials. This is typically something you know (e. g. a password) and something you own (e. g. a token generator or mobile phone)

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Remote Registry allows bypass of 2FA enforcement with 1FA

Some organizations will configure their Windows systems to require Smart Cards for all account logins, as part of a two-factor authentication implementation. However, this can easily be bypassed ...
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Soft tokens - multiple profiles on same smartphone

Some of our clients have started migrating to soft tokens instead of hardware ones for two-factor authentication to their network. We have apps like RSA SecurID and VIP Access on our smartphones. The ...
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Generating backup codes for a 2FA implementation

I have implemented the login/verification aspect of a two factor auth system as per RFC 6238. It works fine with Google Authenticator, which is great. Now I am turning my attention to the backup ...