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Twitter security changes a ‘desperate drive’ to…

写真 Twitter is coming under scrutiny from cybersecurity experts after changing its approach to two-factor authentication, a security feature designed to make online accounts more secure. Monika Skolimowska/dpa

Twitter security changes a ‘desperate drive’ to…

Twitter’s changes to its user security settings around two-factor authentication are a “desperate drive” to save the company money rather than protect users, a cybersecurity expert has claimed. Graham Cluley said Twitter’s decision to only allow paying subscribers to its Twitter Blue programme to use a text message to confirm their identity when logging it to the site would leave “many users worse protected”. Over the weekend, Twitter users began receiving a message telling them that text message-based two-factor authentication (2FA) was being moved into the Twitter Blue subscription – and tha… →このまま続きを読む


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