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HACK - OTP (One Time Password) - Receive SMS Online

by decembre (via)
Found by: https://drfone.wondershare.com/message/receive-message-online.html This website can be useful if you want to protect your privacy by keeping your real phone number to yourself. How To Use?: Here you will find some numbers, just use one with your online registrations, and the inbound messages will show up on this site within seconds. I use it for GitHub with success!

HACK - How To Bypass OTP (One Time Password) Verification On Any Website/App - Good explanations but sites provided not usable (TESTED) __ Viral Hax

by decembre (via)
Actually guys Bypass OTP Verification not possible. But you can bypass anyOTP verification without using your our mobile, so in this article we provide you a method for Bypass OTP Verification by using any other Fake mobile phone number. You will get a Fake mobile number to get OTP (One Time Password) code and enter it in website or any app: Here a list of some websites who provides you online free fake mobile phone numbers for verification OTP (One Time Password) for any country like (Usa, UK, Japan, etc..) and we are able to receive OTP (One Time Password) and also see any message on that number like email.

Validating Leaked Passwords with k-Anonymity

by srcmax
Today, v2 of Pwned Passwords was released as part of the Have I Been Pwned service offered by Troy Hunt. Containing over half a billion real world leaked passwords, this database provides a vital tool for correcting the course of how the industry combats modern threats against password security.

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Mathematics makes strong case that “snoopy2” can be just fine as a password | Ars Technica

by sbrothier
Reusing weaker passwords in some cases can improve security, researchers say.

Get ready to pay for things with your veins - Quartz

by sbrothier
Fingerprint scanners like those on the latest iPhones could soon give way to another biometric identifier: The geometry of the veins in your hands. + Hackers in the Chaos Computer Club last year fooled the Apple TouchID, which unlocks the iPhone 5S when presented with a familiar finger, by creating a copy of fingerprint residue. Fingerprints, the hackers wrote in a blog post, are a terrible way to secure your information: You leave them everywhere when you touch things, and it’s (relatively) easy to create fakes that fool the current scanner technology.

This reader mocked Heartbleed, posted his passwords online. Guess what happened next.

by sbrothier
This reader mocked Heartbleed, posted his passwords online. Guess what happened next.

2010

Your Passwords Aren't As Secure As You Think; Here's How to Fix That - Passwords - Lifehacker

by ghis
If you allow applications to save your passwords, anyone with physical access to your PC can decode them unless you're properly encrypting them—and chances are pretty good you're not. Let's walk through the right and wrong ways to store your passwords.

2009

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