On January 27, 2021, the French Data Protection Authority announced that it imposed a fine of 150,000 Euros on a data controller, and a fine of 75,000 Euros on its data processor, for failure to implement adequate security measures to protect customers’ personal data against credential ...
On January 27, 2021, the French Data Protection Authority announced that it imposed a fine of 150,000 Euros on a data controller, and a fine of 75,000 Euros on its data processor, for ...
Over time, cyber attacks on client PI information have become both more sophisticated and more targeted, using a technique known as “credential stuffing.”
On June 6, 2019, the CNIL announced that it levied a fine of 400,000 Euros on SERGIC, a French real estate service provider. This blog entry provides an overview of the case.
IntSight researchers say they have found a database containing thousands of Zoom usernames and passwords being sold on the dark web
Every company should prevent credential stuffing by creating strong authentication policies and monitoring where login attempts originate from.
By Kevin Landt, VP of Product Management at Cygilant Reports of high-profile data breaches like Equifax’s, LinkedIn’s, or Yahoo’s always caused an initial, widespread panic — and for good ...
Multi-factor authentication is a great tool in cybersecurity, but it doesn't prevent credential stuffing.
Yesterday, U.S. insurance provider State Farm disclosed they suffered a credential stuffing attack earlier this year. State Farm released an email notification to potentially affected ...
Many of the dumps have been pulled off public webpages, but at least one remains.
Stolen credentials are a thorn in any internet-facing organization's side. Auth0 claims it can reduce the effectiveness of attacks using them by 85% with its new bot detection tool.
Credential stuffing attacks use stolen usernames and password combinations
Dunkin’ Donuts has announced that it was the victim of a credential stuffing attack during which hackers gained access to customer accounts. This marks the second time in three months that ...
Defending against this brute-force hacking technique is more important now than ever before
You shouldn’t assume multi-factor authentication will protect your accounts from credential stuffing attacks
Thousands of compromised Zoom credentials were discovered in underground forums as cybercriminals look to tap into the burgeoning remote workforce.
At least 15 billion credentials are currently circulating on various hacker forums, giving cybercriminals fodder for account takeover attacks and identity renting services.