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  • My Journey ‘Working From Anywhere’ at Kasada

    Kasada's 'work from anywhere' policy gave me the personal autonomy and flexibility I needed when it mattered most.

  • The Future of Web Scraping

    If data is the new oil, then web scraping is the new oil rig. The potential impact of web scraping is escalating as the twin forces of alternative data and AI training both rapidly increase in size and complexity.

  • Stolen Auto Accounts: The $2 Price Tag on Your Car’s Identity

    New threat intelligence uncovers nearly 15,000 automotive accounts for sale online, the likely result of a credential stuffing attack to hit top car manufacturers.

  • Paid Subscriptions to Stop Bots: Is Elon Musk Right?

    Subscription-based services aren't the silver bullet to stopping bot attacks - with the right motivation, these accounts are just as likely to be botted.

  • The Bot Mitigation Game Has Changed, Again

    As the battle between bot creators and defenders rages on, the ability to consistently collect untampered data becomes a pivotal factor in the effectiveness of bot mitigation.

  • Did You Just Try to Login? Why Account Takeover Is Still on the Rise

    Account takeover attacks remain remarkably successful, mainly due to their reliance on inexpensive automation and credential stuffing tools.

  • No Honour Amongst Thieves: Unpacking a New OpenBullet Malware Campaign

    An investigation into a new OpenBullet malware campaign used to exploit trusted criminal networks.

  • SMS Fraud Takes A Toll: The Evolving Threat of SMS Pumping and Toll Fraud

    After a crack down on SMS fraud, adversaries have shifted their approach.

  • A Frictionless – And Secure – CAPTCHA Alternative

    A new approach to bot detection and mitigation completely eliminates the need for silly, time-consuming CAPTCHAs.

  • Shining a Light on Our New Brand

    Our new brand is bold and unique. Just like the approach Kasada takes to stopping automated threats.

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