While most users consider two-factor authentication a security measure to protect accounts, a researcher has proved otherwise. The tool can bypass two-factor authentication and automate phishing attacks.
Modlishka tool employs reverse proxy with slight modifications in a way to facilitate phishing attacks. Not only does Modlishka bypass 2FA, but also saves user credentials in its backend panel for later access by the attacker.
It is easy to configure with great flexibility that allows the attacker to control all the traffic from a target's browser.
To install Modlishka: https://bit.ly/2M9NmvS
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