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2-28-2010 @ 4:10PM
The article says you need to use the code within 30 seconds before it expires. So, press the button on your authenticator. Count to 25, then input the code. The attacker now only has up to 5 seconds to use your code, depending on how long it takes you to input it.This method isn't going to prevent these attacks entirely, just minimize them further.
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