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Topic # 245220 24-Jan-2019 10:14
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  Reply # 2166758 24-Jan-2019 10:21
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Assuming 2FA would have helped here? We certainly have it on ours...





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  Reply # 2166763 24-Jan-2019 10:28
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I think that people who scream "hacked" should have to disclose what their password was before they're taken seriously.





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  Reply # 2166765 24-Jan-2019 10:30
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I think that people who scream "hacked" should have to disclose what their password was before they're taken seriously.

 

 

 

 

That's probably what got them into trouble in the first place!

 

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  Reply # 2166768 24-Jan-2019 10:32
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That's probably what got them into trouble in the first place!

 

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Or its their phone number which a lot of people seem to do for passwords. Or they wont tell because they use it with their bank too ;)





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  Reply # 2166872 24-Jan-2019 12:32
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There was no hacking involved at all.  This is another case of poor password management by the users and not enabling MFA.


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  Reply # 2166907 24-Jan-2019 12:34
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Title misleading, it was not "hacked"


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