Client mitigates login attacks, despite record-high correct credentials
Credential stuffing is the most common attack at login. NuData clients mitigate it in the millions each and every day. On average, about 2% of attack attempts have correct credentials that could have opened the account and resulted in losses for the client; but the quality of credentials seem to be improving to nearly 10%. Are bad actors using better credentials during their attacks, or just faking it?
This case study dives into an attack our client mitigated with NuData technology. The attack used correct credentials for 40% of its login attempts – a record-setting rate.
Here’s what you can expect to read:
- How – and why – attackers pretend to have better credentials than they actually do.
- The techniques they may be deploying in your platform to help them fake it.
- How they try to bypass your login bot-prevention rules, and how you can stop them.