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Worried about occasional npm malware scares? It's more common than you may think


Re: Ehem

So... instead of uploading the rogue NPM directly, now I have to wait for a e-mail or code? Well, it's just too hard now.

2FA doesn't change anything about NPM, it's the NPM design itself that is the problem. To be semi-fair, in the beginning it was O.K., but after time passed it simply became a failed idea.

P.S. Read the last sentence of that link you posted, it's a good example of how little NPM users pay attention.

"... 2FA on all npm accounts should discourage man-in-the-middle attacks and offer a more secure platform for Java libraries"

Java... O.K.

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