Episode 873 – The North Face Hit With Credential Stuffing Attack, Easily Preventable By The Users

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The North Face sent out a notice about an incident where an attacker used a credential stuffing technique to compromise accounts. North Face reset all account’s passwords as a preventative measure. This epsiode talks about why this attack isn’t North Face’s fault but the users.

Be aware, be safe.

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