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The Krebs on Security news feed typically updates with just one or two stories per day. Some days have no updates. This feed is often mixed with Darknet and Dark Reading.

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Why Phone Numbers Stink As Identity Proof

Published on 17th March, 2019, 11:25 PM

Phone numbers stink for security and authentication. They stink because most of us have so much invested in these digits that they've become de facto identities. At the same time, when you lose control over a phone number -- maybe it's hijacked by fraudsters, you got separated or divorced, or you were way late on your phone bill payments -- whoever inherits that number can then be you in a lot of places online.

Why Phone Numbers Stink As Identity Proof

Published on 17th March, 2019, 11:25 PM

Phone numbers stink for security and authentication. They stink because most of us have so much invested in these digits that they've become de facto identities. At the same time, when you lose control over a phone number -- maybe it's hijacked by fraudsters, you got separated or divorced, or you were way late on your phone bill payments -- whoever inherits that number can then be you in a lot of places online.

Why Phone Numbers Stink As Identity Proof

Published on 17th March, 2019, 11:25 PM

Phone numbers stink for security and authentication. They stink because most of us have so much invested in these digits that they've become de facto identities. At the same time, when you lose control over a phone number -- maybe it's hijacked by fraudsters, you got separated or divorced, or you were way late on your phone bill payments -- whoever inherits that number can then be you in a lot of places online.

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