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Twitter joins Facebook, LinkedIn in using DMARC email authentication (too late for Jeep and Burger King)

Twitter looks to add two-factor authentication to stop password hacks

arstechnica.com
Twitter is looking to add another layer of protection to its user authentication. After having at least 250,000 accounts' passwords compromised in an attack against its service last week, Twitter apparently plans to implement two-factor authentication as an option to help users better protect their accounts—or at least it's...
Twitter looks to add two-factor authentication to stop password hacks

Twitter unveils a login verification, a form of two-factor authentication to better protect accounts

thenextweb.com
Twitter unveiled today a new security measure it hopes will better protect user accounts from hacking and unauthorized entries. Called login verification, once enabled, users will be prompted to verify their phone number and email address to confirm their identity. In light of the recent phishing scams, hacks, and takeovers...
Twitter unveils a login verification, a form of two-factor authentication to better protect accounts

Big Internet Players Propose DMARC Anti-Phishing Protocol

yro.slashdot.org
judgecorp writes "Google, Microsoft, PayPal, Facebook and others have proposed DMARC, or Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance, an email authentication protocol to combat phishing attacks. Authentication has been proposed before; this group of big names might get it adopted." Adds reader Trailrunner7, "The specification is the product of a...
Big Internet Players Propose DMARC Anti-Phishing Protocol
Attack against Microsoft scheme puts hundreds of crypto apps at risk

Authentication Flaw Allows Hackers To Easily Crack Oracle Database

techcrunch.com
Hackers have exploited a gaping identity flaw that allows them to easily crack Oracle databases. The flaw allows anyone to do a brute force attack and access the data. A researcher presented the findings of the proof of concept attack at a security conference today in Argentina. The flaw allows anyone...
Authentication Flaw Allows Hackers To Easily Crack Oracle Database

What Websites Do You Like? New Twitter Tool Will Tell You

www.readwriteweb.com
The Website Taste Predictor is a new Twitter tool that analyzes your Twitter account in order to recommend websites you would like. The project uses Twitter's OAuth authentication protocol to access your Twitter account so you don't have to enter in your username and password in order to try it...
What Websites Do You Like? New Twitter Tool Will Tell You
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?