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A simple step-by-step guide for PayPal, Facebook, Twitter, Google and Apple

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The end of passwords and usernames for authentication? Quite possibly, at least according to Verizon

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On by Thomas Brewster 0

OpenID and OAuth vulnerabilities could allow for abuse of website redirection to get at user data

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The Heartbleed OpenSSL flaw is fixed on websites - but security firms have spotted attacks on SSL VPNs, warns Sean Michael Kerner

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On by Nathan Eddy 0

Organisations ramping up one-time passwords to combat security breaches need to pay closer attention to how they implement those systems, the Ponemon study found

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To minimise the risk of breaches, Microsoft turns on multifactor authentication for the user base of Office 365

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On by Darryl K. Taft 1

IBM researchers have developed two-factor security - based on NFC technology - for mobile transactions

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Verizon has made its strong authentication technology easier to use, which it hopes will mean wider deployment

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Does your face fit? Test your authentication know-how with our biometric quiz!

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Mozilla expands its password-slaying website authentication service, dubbed 'Persona'

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