Looks like AOL is moving in the right direction when it comes to security. I don’t know how many of my clients have had their AOL passwords phished in the past. Well AOL is starting an optional service it seems in which it would give customers that opt in, a RSA token. The RSA token is what corporations use to allow users to log into their corporate networks remotely. The item has a sequence of numbers that changes every several seconds. In order to login the end user must type in their password and the number sequence that is displayed on the token.
Below is a link to the GoUpstate.com article on the matter: