OpenBullet Exploited for Credential Stuffing

  Credential stuffing, a form of access-related cybercrime, is on the rise and shows no signs of slowing down. Between January 2018 and December 2019, there were 88 billion credential stuffing attacks, according to an Akamai survey. Credential stuffing is a form of cyberattack in which compromised account credentials are used to obtain unauthorized access […]

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Clothing Brand ‘The North Face’ Hit By Credential Stuffing Attack, Suffers Data Breach

  After North Face’s website faced a credential stuffing attack, the company has reset the customers’ credentials. In a recent cybersecurity incident, North Face informed its customers that it suffered a data breach attack. On its website, the customers can explore through clothing and accessories collection and buy apparel; they can also earn loyalty points […]

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SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspection and Examinations Warns of a Sudden Increase in Credential Stuffing Hack

Recently, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s exam division issued a Risk Alert (the “Alert”) where it carried out several targeted cybersecurity investigations. The agency is now concerned with how there’s been an increase in a specific type of hack known as “credential stuffing.“ This cyberattack involves using stolen credentials to log into web-based systems and […]

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