2FA and Linux.org Hack
Published: Saturday, December 8, 2018 written by Drew Jackson
It sucks to see that the Linux.org website was hacked. Could two factor authentication (2FA) could have helped to prevent that? The DNS was hacked via Network Solutions where linux.org was registered.
Linux.org domain hacked, plastered with trolling, filth and anti-transgender vandalism
Web admin blames public Whois and lack of 2FA
ps. i love Linux Mint too, and noticed in a side post that some of their ISOs were hacked back in 2016. One just has to be careful.. even me...I donate $100 to Linux Mint sometimes monthly. great to feel like you have some skin in the game, so that you can appreciate what they are doing... much like tithing.. if you don't do it.. you can't receive a different understanding of being involved monetarily.
I was a single one time donor for $49. its an honor to be part of this foundation, great stuff! much
like my membership to Microsoft Alumni after my many years of afterlife
at Microsoft (ending 1997, puzzled to stay with MSA group when they
cater only to Seattle based folks, even the Reno MSLI folks get left
out, but hey, that's life - i digress and who at Microsoft cares.. nada.
nope. no one..
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