What is Credential stuffing?

Credential stuffing is a special form of brute force attack that works on a very simple assumption. Usually, users tend to keep one password across all their social media and email accounts. In this case, the attackers need only crack one primary account to gain access to everything else. As you can guess, this has serious identity theft repercussions.             

In Netenrich

Netenrich's Brute Force Detection Model protects you from credential stuffing and all other forms of brute-force attacks. Netenrich leverages always-on threat intelligence to study the IP address of the attacker. If the address has a history of conducting brute force attempts, the criticality of the alert is increased. Following that our SOC team provides you with remediation recommendations for your ecosystem.   

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