On Sun, 15 Jan 2017 06:04:11 +0000, "David B."
Post by David B. Post by Diesel Post by David B. Post by Shadow
Telling me to change my password, and use two factor security,
"for my safety". Apparently I can send a hash of my fingerprints,
my cell phone number or my social security details.
The headers appear to be authentic, but the Yahoo emails redirect
to a site in Bosnia, and the Microsoft emails to a rent-an-IP
company in Brazil.
Sadly, it appears that your computer has been compromised. Sorry
about that. :-(
Post by Shadow
No serious company would ever demand you use two factor
authentication. It's two vulnerabilities to exploit. Just use a
You are giving incorrect information.
According to proponents, multi-factor authentication could
drastically reduce the incidence of online identity theft and other
online fraud, because the victim's password would no longer be enough
to give a thief permanent access to their information. However, many
multi-factor authentication approaches remain vulnerable to phishing,
 man-in-the-browser, and man-in-the-middle attacks.
Multi-factor authentication may be ineffective against modern
threats, like ATM skimming, phishing, and malware.
Next time, dipshit, read the contents of the url before you share it
with us. Might change your mind about writing the nonsense you did...
Thank you for your reply. I'd like to apologize to you for this prime
example of me teasing Shadow. Another one of my 'tongue-in-cheek
It ALWAYS is when the truth comes out. "A Joke". "Tongue in
Cheek", "Pulling your leg" "I was kidding", "I never meant to post
accusing you of pedophily", "Those private emails just slipped out", I
Photoshopped those photos and re-posted them in your name by mistake"
The problem is that people that do not have much experience
might think you actually READ the article you posted about and believe
The easiest way to get someone's password is by cloning their
phone. Login with a wrong password, a temporary password is sent via
SMS to their (your) cell, and you are in, and can change their
Very often, people are asked to leave their cells at reception
at lectures and other events, and your email is right there on your
registration form. Not even necessary to clone the IMEI.
Not possible without 2 factor authentication.
To the newcomers here, David Brooks(he posts under over a
dozen nyms) is a worthless drunk, 100% of his posts are about either
directly STALKING, or enlisting the help of other to illegally STALK
Don't be evil - Google 2004
We have a new policy - Google 2012