MFA Social Engineering

Making Better Push-Based MFA

I used to be a huge fan of Push-Based Multifactor Authentication (MFA), but real-world use has shown that most of today’s most popular implementations are not sufficiently protective against real attacks. In short, using social engineering, hackers have been able to bypass most Push-Based MFA like it was not even there.

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