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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), but could also be something you are (a biometric).

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You must provide a password because you are providing "something you know". An option that does not involve providing a password would be Secure Remote Password protocol, which uses Zero-knowledge pr …
answered Jan 21 by they
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For push, Duo uses HOTP. It also supports TOTP when available. What brings security to DUO push? Quoted from the Duo website: Duo Push, authentication requests approved in the Duo Mobile app …
answered Feb 3 by they