Every online brand is victimized by cybercriminals.
Generally speaking, providers of online subscription services take digital security very seriously. Digital accounts being misused and offered for sale are typically obtained from other sources rather than from the systems of these online service providers.
We have an ever-growing list of popularly abused brands. The ones found on this page are currently on our radar because they’re constantly being targeted by the bad guys. Consumers and service providers can always check back to see whether any brand they care about has made our list.
Account takeover attacks, usually a consequence of successful Credential Stuffing, is now commonplace in today’s threat landscape.
Every consumer of online services is susceptible, and so is every provider. Credential Stuffing, according to The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), is the automated injection of breached username/password pairs in order to fraudulently gain access to user accounts. It takes data breach to a different level by running a large amount of leaked credentials through a process that aims to yield valuable accounts. A valuable username/password pair is one that can be used to successfully login to an online account. A valid account is sold on the Dark Web and in closed groups for a fraction of its real value, and there typically are not shortage of takers.
An account owner is impacted in situations where the compromised account has stored value and/or personally identifiable information (PII). An account value can be drained through series of unauthorized transactions while PII can be collected and sold in the underground market or used for other malicious purposes.
Leaked Accounts in our Database
Cyber criminals do not rest, and neither do we.
Our Identity Defense Platform is regularly updated with newly leaked account records collected by our Cyber Fraud Intelligence team.
Learn more about our ever-growing list of brands.