[HackerNews] CISA Adds Single-Factor Authentication to the List of Bad Practices

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on Monday added single-factor authentication to the short list of “exceptionally risky” cybersecurity practices that could expose critical infrastructure as well as government and the private sector entities to devastating cyberattacks.
Single-factor authentication is a method of signing in users to websites and remote systems by

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