"There's a bug in the SymCrypt multi-precision arithmetic routines that can cause an infinite loop when calculating the modular inverse on specific bit patterns with bcryptprimitives!SymCryptFdefModInvGeneric," explained Ormandy in a write-up published on Microsoft's June 2019 Patch Tuesday. … [Read more...] about Google warns: This unpatched bug could ‘quickly take down a Windows fleet’
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Video conferencing platform Zoom has introduced the two-factor authentication (2FA) login process for its users. The additional measure will require users to present two or more pieces of evidence, or credentials, that authenticate their ownership of the account. The evidence may include a password/pin, fingerprints/voice or something the user owns like a smart card or mobile device. The 2FA seeks to protect users from security breaches right from the platform. With Zoom’s 2FA, users have the option to use authentication apps that support Time-Based One-Time Password (TOTP) protocol (such as Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, and FreeOTP), or have Zoom send a code via SMS or phone call, as the second factor of the account authentication process. Here’s how to enable sign in with Zoom’s 2FA Sign-in to the Zoom Dashboard In the navigation menu, click Advanced, then Security. Make sure the Sign in with Two-Factor Authentication option is enabled. There … [Read more...] about Zoom introduces two-factor authentication, here’s how to enable it
Admins can also enable 2FA for users belonging to specific groups by clicking the Pencil icon, selecting the group and saving the changes by clicking on Ok button. Do note that this option is only available for admins and on the web portal. Resetting 2FA for a userYou can reset a current 2FA setup if a user has lost access to their 2FA setup. For example, they misplaced their device, uninstalled the 2FA app, or removed Zoom from their 2FA app. 1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal. … [Read more...] about How to enable two-factor authentication in Zoom
Purge saved passwords: In Firefox, go to about:logins, where you'll find a list of all your saved credentials, with a navigation bar in the left pane that shows the current selection in the right pane. Click Remove to delete a saved password from your Firefox account in the cloud. There's no way to remove more than one password at a time, so if you've got a very large collection of saved passwords, you'll need to do a lot of clicking and confirming. … [Read more...] about Password managers: Is it OK to use your browser’s built-in password management tools?
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