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Credential Stuffing: The Financial Sector’s New Headache

Banks and other financial institutions have long been the targets of hackers. Not only do they deal with massive amounts of funds daily, but they are also entrusted with valuable personal information that stealing it is a major goal for many cyber criminals. This treasure trove of personal information includes credit card data, customer information, and the wealth of corporate data that can be sold off or exchanged by those looking to make a quick profit or get an edge over a business competitor. Now they have a new increasingly popular threat to combat. Credential stuffing is an emerging attack method which can be considered a brute force attack. Credential stuffing is the automated injection of breached username and password pairs in order to fraudulently gain access to user accounts. Access to accounts is done by using large numbers of spilled credentials are automatically entered into websites, often by botnet...

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