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Weekly Intelligence Summary 06 Mar 2020

March 6, 2020

In the Spotlight this week: The “Cerberus” banking trojan was observed stealing one-time password (OTP) codes from the Google Authenticator app to gain access to user accounts. Cyber-attack methods targeting such codes, which enable multi-factor authentication (MFA), have become more prevalent during the past year and will likely continue to gain popularity among cybercriminals. MFA methods add a layer of security to user accounts, but some types are more secure than others. Various MFA processes will need to be regularly assessed to keep up with the growing number of attack vectors used to bypass MFA login processes.

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