Email phishing is exceedingly common, and while they have low success rates, those who fall victim can lose significant amounts of money and valuable data. Learn common signs of email phishing attempts to protect yourself and your business.
Ecommerce fraud is a type of cybercrime in which criminals use stolen credit card information or fake identities to make unauthorized purchases online. It can also involve identity theft, where criminals use stolen personal information such as names, addresses and Social Security numbers to open new accounts or take out loans in someone else’s name.
Phishing is the process of sending fraudulent emails designed to steal personal information or gain access to online accounts. These emails often appear to come from legitimate sources, such as banks or other financial institutions, but they are actually sent by hackers attempting to gain access to your confidential information.
Account takeover occurs when malicious actors steal login credentials to access customer accounts. Learn the tell-tale signs of account takeover attempts and how to prevent it from happening again.
Bad bots are smart enough these days to evade the security controls of most signup forms. Learn how Fingerprint can help prevent bot attacks when other measures fail.
Credential stuffing is the automated use of usernames and passwords that have been obtained through hacking. These hacks can be coordinated by the party carrying out the credential stuffing attack, or hackers can purchase pre-obtained logins from the dark web. In this article, we provide six of the most effective techniques to protect yourself from credential stuffing attacks.
Learn the most common bot detection techniques, and learn to implement bot detection and threat mitigation using browser fingerprinting techniques.
Are privacy updates making it harder to use browser fingerprinting for anti-fraud? We go through the major modern browsers and determine what is still possible to keep your website safe.