Compliance - August 24, 2022
Credential stuffing is where malicious users acquire a list of previously hacked usernames and passwords (or hashed passwords) from a website and then attempt to login on another website using the same credentials. This often works because regular users use the same password across many domains.
We have developed propriety technology to detect this exact kind of behaviour and quickly block access to the target website.
This user then re-enters our compliance department where we analyse his requests and directly talk to user about their suspicious activity and only then re-enable access once we are certain their behaviour is ethical.