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Methods Hackers Use To Bypass Two Factors Authentication !

Hello readers I am back with another post and today I am going to explain you Top 5 Methods Hackers Use To Bypass Two Factors Authentication. So hope you going to enjoy this. This information is only for educational purpose and is mode to spread awareness.


1. By Conventional Session Management

In this method/way attackers use the password reset function. because Two Factors Authentication is not implemented on the system's login page other a password reset. Big companies like Facebook, Google, Instagram, etc. may don't provide password reset without Two Factors Authentication.
  • Target Account Password Required

2. Bypassing Two Factors Authentication Using 0Auth

It allows users to log into their account using a third-party account. Like using linked Gmail account to get access to any other account.
  • Must Have Access On Target Gmail
  • Some Websites Not Provide 0Auth To Login

3. Using Brute Force Attack

A brute-force attack consists of an attacker submitting many passphrases with the hope of eventually guessing correctly.
  • Some Website  Temporary Block  Account Login After Some Wrong Login Attempts
  • It May Take Hours, Days Or Years To Complete The Process.

4. Using Earlier-Generated Tokens.

Some platforms offer tokens to user in advance with a certain number of codes if an attacker gets access to they can easily use it to bypass Two Factors Authentication.
  • Some Websites Didn't Provide Login Codes

5. Using Social Engineering Techniques

In this case a attacker will trick the owner of the account by trying various methods to get the OTP (One Time Password) out from the owner.
  • It Is Widely Used Realtime Attack Ever.
  • Hackers Can Create Almost Every Website Fake Login Page To Steal Password Or OTP

Tips To Stay Safe

While using Two Factors Authentication we need to keep following points in mind:
  • Use authenticator apps.
  • Never share security codes with anyone.
  • Use codes with characters of more than 4 to 6.
  • Use difficult passwords.
  • Never reuse passwords.
  • Stay aware of common social engineering tactics.
I hope this information is helpful for you and if you still have any questions or suggestions then feel free to comment below. Share this post with your friends, Have a nice day.

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