Anyone who tells you they have a 100 per cent safe security system is either lying or fooling themselves. There's no security beyond the grave and it's something we need to realise.
The news that two-factor authentication may not be as safe as was once thought will make some worry, but look at this realistically. Yes it's possible to beat, but that's not the point. Hackers go for easy targets.
There's an old tale of two hunters who disturb a bear. As they run for their lives one hunter points out that they can't hope to outrun the bear. His colleague replies: "I don't have to outrun the bear. I just have to outrun you."
Australian government to require technology and communications companies to provide access to messages
New bill avoids demanding 'backdoors' in encryption, but includes measures to compel companies to provide access to encrypted communications
Indonesian overclocker Ivan Cupa (with the aid of a lot of liquid nitrogen) achieves record overclock on AMD's latest Threadripper
Ssupermassive black hole is so big it corresponds to four per cent of the galaxy's total mass
Imminent attack will target a single bank with cloned cards used to fraudulently withdraw millions over one weekend