Tag: automated attacks

It started out as a reliable way to protect websites from the blight of automated bots. But the Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart, or CAPTCHA, may have met its match. Recent developments in AI software have proven very successful in beating many manifestations of this widely-used test. In many…

Even if your website is secure, your user’s credentials could still be available to buy online. It’s time to learn more about credential stuffing attacks and how lousy password choices make them easier to administer. Choosing a password isn’t simple, especially when we’re asked to make them complex. That’s why we often pick passwords that…