Timehop: Lack of Multifactor Login Controls Led to Breach


Timehop: Lack of Multifactor Login Controls Led to Breach
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Breach Underlines Need for Strong Authentication in Cloud Services
Timehop, an application that revives older social media posts, says the lack of multifactor authentication on a cloud services account led to a data breach affecting 21 million users. The breach exposed names, email addresses, phone numbers and access tokens Timehop used to read information from accounts.
Source: Bank Info Security

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