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      Multi-factor Authentication Against The Brute Force Attacks

      Brute Force Attacks (BFA) denote the processes of illegally accessing protected account information through seemingly endless streams of login attempts and hacking the account history with encryption keys. The most effective method to prevent such attacks is multi-factor authentication (MFA).

      MFA Against The Brute Force Attacks

      How dangerous can Brute Force Attacks be for organizations?

      BFA can be excessively threatening to organizations. Recently, it was found that around 32.5% of global companies became victims of such attacks within a month. SMS-based attacks have been the most common brute-force attack method, considered the least secured MFA

      How to prevent BFA?

      • Configuration of MFA to OTP-based authorization.
      • Stop application configuration after declining its push notifications three times within a while.
      • To reject login authentication from a different region, configure the remote application.
      • Continuously train employees to educate them, refraining from sharing OTPs. 
      • Warn the IT team against suspicious push notifications and granting illegal access to unknown users.

      Also Read:

      How to Secure Your Business from Cyber Threats?


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