A recent Fortune article includes a video demo of a new automated phishing attack that hacks two-factor authentication (2FA).
Four common phishing threats and attacks that 2FA or MFA will not stop and demonstrate how this cannot be your only corporate network defense solution.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) does not protect against exploits and malware, scareware, social engineering scams, rogue software, or phishing callbacks. Meaning? It’s a best practice we recommend but it’s only part of a larger recipe for success.