Google patches bug that allows attackers to slip past two-factor authentication

An article on Naked Security about authentication:  Google’s two-step verification, according to the company’s ad campaign, isn’t merely a bear guarding your home. It’s a snake pit behind the bear guarding your home.

Unfortunately, it turns out, application-specific passwords allow attackers to bounce right past the bear and to hop over the vipers.

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