On 16/02/2021 04.34, L A Walsh wrote:
On 2021/02/05 11:11, Stakanov wrote:
You should use Amazon with U2F (which can be Nitrokey (nitrokey.com) or yubikey (yubikey.com) or even, less (much less) save with sms 2nd Factor token on cell phone. This makes it very difficult even for malware to interfere and remember: passwords are a thing of yesterday (actually of middle ages, it seems).
Actually, if you never trust links or phone numbers in emails, and just go to the website manually, you should be safe.
Problem is, even the same bank that tells me not to trust links in emails and such, then sends me emails with links. Happens with many companies.
Others send PDFs in emails with redacted versions of invoices and other data, without encryption.
They don't have a security culture across the organization.