enabling more two factor – paypal, dropbox, linked in and yahoo

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enabling more two factor – paypal, dropbox, linked in and yahoo

April 12th, 2014 by Jeanne Boyarsky

I’ve had two factor for gmail enabled for two years.  This morning, I set up two factor for github.  Due to Heartbleed (check if sites you use are affected), I checked who else permits two factor to revisit what I should turn on.  Twitter has it’s own post because it didn’t go smoothly like the […]

github and two factor authentication

April 12th, 2014 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Two years ago, I set up two factor authentication for my gmail account.  Last year, github announced the ability of two factor.  I hadn’t noticed at the time.  Today, I logged on to change my password since github was in the list of applications affected by Heartbleed and saw the option. How it works Github gives […]

blogging from owasp security meetup

June 14th, 2013 by Jeanne Boyarsky

The NYC Cyber Security meetup had Jeff Williams as a speaker.  He’s really good so I decided to go and blog about it.  All three sessions were really good!  Which sets good expectations for the Appsec USA conference which I’m thinking about attending in November. Before we move on to security – a bit of humor. […]