RSA to shelve compromised tokens

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RSA to shelve compromised tokens

RSA has admitted its flagship SecurID service is compromised and will begin to replace some tokens.

RSA SecurID tokens are compromised and the company will be forced to replace some of the 40 million tokens in use by customers. The move breaks a stonewall by RSA to rumours that its SecurID system was rendered unsafe after hackers compromised the service in March this year. RSA had previously ...

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