Hackers have hijacked the accounts of at least four high profile Instagrammers recently, locking them out and demanding a bitcoin ransom. But Instagram is silent.
Google's Titan Security Keys, used to lock down accounts, are produced in China. Several experts want more answers on that supply chain process, for fears of tampering or security issues.
Some Instagram users are at particular risk of sim hijacking, where a hacker takes control of their phone number and uses that to break into accounts. Now, Instagram is pushing towards app-based authentication, which should make the hackers' job harder.
When a site offers different methods of authentication, your account is only as secure as the weakest option. Here, Motherboard shows you how to use the most robust method for locking down your Twitter account.
Day three of our personal security tuneup: turn on that 2FA!
Two-factor authentication can help make your online accounts practically impossible to hack.
DEF CON hackers show how YubiKeys and RSA tokens can be spoofed and circumvented.
If you own bitcoin or ether, two-factor authentication (and not with SMS) is your friend.
President Trump is still tweeting from an Android phone, despite reports that he'd traded it in for a secure device.
SMS-based two-factor authentication has got a lot of bad press recently. But the fact is the majority of people have a lot to gain from it.
Dotcom is promoting an upcoming service, which by all accounts appears to be something about monetizing torrenting with micropayments of bitcoin