According to the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), 61% of all data breaches involve credential data, and credential stuffing attacks continue to make headlines in the news.

Learn from this real-world example to learn how fraudsters have evolved their credential stuffing attacks by hiding behind residential proxy networks, using clean browser sessions, and mimicking the timing of legitimate user traffic.

This use case report explains how a sophisticated threat actor, who was targeting a retail organization’s eCommerce applications, was attempting to conduct a credential stuffing attack using stolen credentials to gain unauthorized access to customer accounts.

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