Attackers don’t hack in, they log in.
What are credential attacks?
Attackers collect usernames
Exploit poor password policies to obtain domain user credentials
Leverage misconfigurations to elevate privileges to domain administrator
…where they end up with the keys to the kingdom.
Why fix vulnerabilities that can’t be exploited?
Most vulnerabilities found by vulnerability scanners cannot be exploited or are difficult and impractical to exploit; yet your teams spend precious time fixing these issues. Meanwhile, ransomware attackers are finding ways to chain together harvested credentials, misconfigurations, and dangerous product defaults to compromise your systems.
Credential attacks are a critical enabler for ransomware, and they have cost businesses over $10B in the past 5 years.
Watch this Tech Talk: The Password Pandemic to learn more.
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