Why Developers Should Enable Two-Factor Authentication
The open source software supply chain is at risk. Over the past three years, software supply chain attacks have increased by an astonishing 742%.
Covering the attack surface of the software supply chain requires a high level of scrutiny on many factors. However, there is a simple, easy, and free measure that every open source developer can take right now: activate multi-factor authentication (also known as two-factor authentication) on all development-related accounts.
Learn more about security best practices in Eclipse Foundation head of security Mikael Barbero’s blog, and visit eclipse.org/security.
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