Developer accounts a treasure trove if breached | Cyber Work Podcast | #shorts

Paul Giorgi says because developers are “lazy in a good way,” that their circumventing of 2-factor authentication for expediency’s sake means their account, should they get breached, is a treasure trove of authentication keys. One breached developer account allowed them to compromise 90% of the network.

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