RSA replaces SecurID tokens after hack
The theft of information pertaining to the security of RSA's SecurID two-factor authentication system has had greater consequences than the company initially wanted to admit. Nearly 3 months after the attack, RSA has begun replacing some of the 40 million hardware tokens, as announced by RSA chairman Arthur W. Coviello in an open letter. Customers who are worried about the security of the tokens will have to request replacement tokens.
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