RSA's keyfob-based SecureID system may have been hacked, but there is a last line of defense, The New York Times reports: You.
Their advice: Use a difficult-to-guess pass code, be wary if all of a sudden you are locked out, and beware of low-tech efforts to trick you into downloading malware that can gather user names and passwords...
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