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What you're describing seems to be a .htaccess file hack. Google.br is just a final redirection site, and the URLs along the redirection path are those that might be actually used to hackers benefit (whatever that might be, probably clickjacking). Best way to mitigate this would be to nuke it from orbit and restore your complete website from a clean ...
Google Authenticator supports both the HOTP and TOTP algorithms for generating one-time passwords. With HOTP, the server and client share a secret value and a counter, which are used to compute a one time password independently on both sides. Whenever a password is generated and used, the counter is incremented on both sides, allowing the server and client ...
It'll work on a seed based on time so it's similar to the way the RSA key fobs work. i.e. they also don't require any connectivity. I've just had a look around and this is answered here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8340495/how-rsa-tokens-works
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