Beyond Two-factor Authentication -- How They Already Broke 3DS

Multi-factor Authentication
Aleksander Kijek -- Nethone
Nov 13, 2019

Two-factor authentication adds a second authentication level or factor when a user logs into an account, such as sending a one-time use verification code in an SMS message to a person's mobile phone. In this presentation, Nethone notes examples of tools which may be used to bypass two-factor authentication, then shows how phishing exploits can be used to collect victims' data. A scenario is then shared in which "smishing" -- phishing conducted through SMS -- is used by a fraudster to access a legitimate customer's bank account.

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