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What AG report on ‘credential stuffing’ hacks mean for your business (access required)

In January, New York Attorney General Letitia James released a report summarizing the findings of a broad investigation into so-called “credential stuffing” that revealed more than 1.1 million online accounts have been compromised in cyberattacks at 17 prominent companies. The report explains that the attacks involve repeated, automated attempts to access online accounts using usernames ...
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