Episode 1313 – Draft Kings Hit With Credential Stuffing Attack, Customers Lose Thousands, But It’s Not Draft Kings Fault

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DraftKings is in the news for a credential stuffing attack that left some customers out of $300,000. This episode talks about what a credential stuffing attack is and why it’s not necessarily DraftKings fault.

Be aware, be safe.

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