For decades, cookies have been an essential component of the online experience for users. With browsers intending to phase out third-party cookies in the near future, learn how this will change the internet operations for developers.
Referral fraud occurs when a user exploits your referral program to gain unearned rewards. These rewards include providing referrals that are not genuine, creating fake accounts to game the system, giving self-referrals, dispersing a referral code through channels that are not approved by the business, and more.
In this article, we’ll explain how identity theft works, how valuable it is to bad actors, how government benefit fraud is affected by identity theft, and what protection measures can be put in place to help prevent identity theft.
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There are two common approaches when it comes to preventing browser fingerprinting. The more commonly implemented method makes all browser instances across all devices look as similar as possible. In theory, any fingerprinting should result in a single identifier or a very small number of different identifiers distributed across all devices, making the fingerprints useless.
Your login page is a perfect target for hackers because it serves as the primary defense between the internet and sensitive data. Most web applications allow users to log into accounts and view sensitive information. If your login page isn’t secure, you’re likely making these five mistakes.
Friendly fraud is a common credit card fraud that impacts eCommerce businesses. It occurs when a customer files a chargeback with their credit card company on a legitimate transaction rather than first trying to obtain a refund from the merchant. It’s also commonly known as a form of chargeback abuse, chargeback fraud, or cyber shoplifting.
There are several different types of loan fraud. One of the most common forms of loan fraud is application fraud, which involves falsely applying for a loan by providing inaccurate or incomplete information on an application form. This could include providing false employment history or exaggerating your income level in order to obtain a larger loan.