A collection of 12 posts
Credential Stuffing: How To Detect And Prevent It (Updated)
Credential stuffing is a cybersecurity vulnerability in which hackers target web infrastructures and take over user accounts using stolen credentials. When hackers use organisational credentials to login and hijack user accounts, the threat gets further elevated.
Juice Jacking: Is it a Real Threat?
Lots of people can relate to their phone running out of battery when outdoors. Thus, the development of public charging stations was a perfect solution for this. However, the threat of 'juice jacking' has recently been raised, prompting some to worry whether it is wise to use public charging points.
How Do I Know If My Email Has Been Leaked in a Data Breach?
To log into their online accounts, many individuals use their email addresses and a short collection of passwords (or even only one password). Add in multiple login violations from big-name digital service providers and you have a catastrophe recipe.