Bleeping Computer: The Anatomy of Highly Profitable Credential Stuffing Attacks

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By Sergio Gatlan

April 25, 2019

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Source: Bleeping Computer

“Credential stuffing attacks consist of automated attempts to log into online services using user credential databases.

“…An extensive report which shows how cybercriminals have been able to employ sets of millions of credentials stolen from high profile online platforms and companies such as Adobe, Dailymotion, VK, Bell, Tumblr, Comcast, Fling, Sony, and LinkedIn, as well as huge collections of hundreds of millions of stolen accounts sold on the dark web marketplaces…”

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