Displaying items by tag: credential stuffing

There has been an exponential rise in the number of of credential stuffing attacks - or automated attempts to compromise a large number of user accounts with stolen credentials - according to the latest cybersecurity report from identity platform provider Auth0.

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Tuesday, 18 August 2020 23:01

Auth0 defends against credential-stuffing bots

Identity platform provider Auth0 has added Bot Detection to its services.

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Tuesday, 26 February 2019 10:30

TurboTax users may have had tax details stolen

Financial software company Intuit has revealed that users of its TurboTax program have been the victims of a credential stuffing attack in which personal data may have been stolen.

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Is the state of security stuffed? Well, with security credential stuffing attacks one of the big dangers this year, we spoke to Akamai's APJ Head of Security Technology and Strategy, Fernando Serto.

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Credential stuffing is stuffing up the financial services industry, with content attacks, malicious login attempts on the rise with 8.3 billion detected in a recent two month period alone.

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A 2% success rate of credential breaches equals 60 million successful logins and countless collateral damage in emptying bank accounts, ID theft, ordering goods and services, and advancing other illicit criminal activities. It is called credential stuffing.

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