Episode 871 – Microsoft Is Urging Companies To Stop Using SMS Based Multi-Factor Auth, Here’s Why

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Multi-factor authentication is one of the easier and most powerful security improvements you can make on your accounts. However, there are options that are more secure than others. This episode talks about why SMS or text message based MFA is being discouraged by big tech companies from being used.

Be aware, be safe.

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