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Jennifer Marsh

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Contributing Writer

Bio

Here is some text for my bio: I'm a software developer with a strong interest in cybersecurity. As an amateur hacker, I appreciate the many ways hackers find exploits in vulnerable code and love to read and write about the latest hacks. I aspire to get my first bounty, but I love educating users and developers on the ways they can protect their data.

Jennifer Marsh Articles

Jennifer Marsh's Articles

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January 24, 2023

Why Bot Mitigation is Important

Bot mitigation is a process used to detect malicious bots and protect websites from their activities. It works by identifying suspicious behavior and then blocking it before any damage can be done. Learn how bot mitigation can protect your business from malicious threats and safeguard customer and corporate data.

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January 10, 2023

2022 Fraud in the News

Here are a few of the largest data breaches across industries that happened in 2022. From Cryptocurrecy to the Los Angeles school system, no one is safe from fraudulent activity. Learn about what you can do to protect your online business.

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December 13, 2022

Security Obstacles of Super Apps

A super app is an all-in-one application that combines multiple services into one platform. This allows users to access various types of services without leaving the main app. Businesses that run super apps constantly battle common threats, but it becomes even more complicated when the super app provides services across multiple industries and stores extensive sensitive data.

  • Anti Fraud technology
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December 2, 2022

How Credential Theft Threatens Online Businesses

There are many risks involved when you decide to collect personal or financial information for your online business. Stay one step ahead of fraudsters and learn how online businesses can protect themselves from credential theft.

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November 21, 2022

Detecting Signup Promo Abuse for Gaming and Gambling

Signup promo abuse is a type of fraud that occurs when players use signup bonuses or promotional offers from online casinos or gaming sites with an ulterior motive. For example, some gamers may create multiple accounts to take advantage of multiple signup bonuses or promotions that are offered by casinos.

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November 2, 2022

Synthetic Identity Fraud Threatens to Steal Millions from Businesses and Consumers

Synthetic identity fraud occurs when the perpetrator creates a completely fictitious identity with fake information. They may use stolen Social Security numbers or other personally identifiable information (PII) to create a unique profile that looks like an actual person.

  • Anti Fraud technology
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September 13, 2022

Five Mistakes You’re Making with Your Login Page Security and How to Fix Them

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.

  • Anti Fraud technology
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September 2, 2022

The Basics of Loan Fraud and How To Prevent It

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.