Block Suspicious MFA Alerts with Microsoft Authenticator | Sync Up


While multi-factor authentication apps add a layer of security to your accounts, they can’t stop hackers from spamming your app if your password is cracked. That is, until now. We’ll cover how Microsoft Authenticator’s new feature aims to stop hackers from brute forcing their way into your accounts as we sit down and sync up with Rocket IT’s weekly technology update.

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In this episode, you’ll hear about:

  • How Microsoft Authenticator’s new feature aims to block suspicious notifications.
  • Why traditional MFA apps can’t prevent hackers from spamming you if your password is compromised.
  • How hackers exploit MFA notifications by overwhelming users.
  • Why Microsoft’s ‘number matching’ feature doesn’t entirely prevent MFA spam.
  • How Microsoft Authenticator’s latest update scrutinizes login attempts to enhance security.

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