What is Credential Stuffing and Why Should I Care?

You should know by now that using common passwords is a bad idea. And you may have heard of recent password breaches and that you should change passwords on breached sites. But there is an additional threat: credential stuffing. Whenever there is a breach where usernames or email addresses are disclosed and can be matched […]
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How Password Spraying Could be an Attack Vector Into Your Organization

There are two common ways the bad guys might try to break into a building: spend lots of effort on one door or window, or try each door and window to see if one is easier to enter than the others. The same is true for attackers trying to compromise systems and networks (and penetration […]
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