Blogs

How to Protect Your Business from Latest Malware and Bot Threats

Malware and Bots continue to be an issue for businesses, security professionals, and ultimately consumers. For example, recently the source code for a new variant of Exobot was leaked online. Exobot is a malware that targets Android users via malicious apps. Once installed, Exobot creates an overlay when the user accesses a banking website and […]

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Fight Fraudulent Digital Account Openings with InExchange®

Digital account openings are a vital function to the lifeblood of any transaction-based company. But even the most security-conscious organizations remain vulnerable to potential fraud and financial loss. Armed with even a few key pieces of compromised information, fraudsters can open a fraudulent account using a real identity. With U.S. card-not-present fraud expected to rise […]

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InAuthenticate®: Delivering Strong Customer Authentication to support PSD2 Compliance

Under PSD2’s Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS), account and payment service providers must comply with increased security requirements. At the heart of the RTS is the need for Strong Customer Authentication, allowing consumers to be better protected when making digital transactions.   While SMS and email are widely-used authentication methods, both are insecure channels and can […]

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InAuth Honored for Best Mobile Solution by the 2018 CNP Awards

For the second year in a row, InAuth was honored as Judges Choice for Best Mobile Solution by the 2018 CardNotPresent (CNP) Awards. The award recognizes the solution that most effectively enables consumers to make CNP purchases using a mobile device, and includes any method that facilitates mobile commerce including open and closed wallets, apps, […]

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Whitepaper: PSD2 – Banking on the Customer to Make Open Banking a Success

The industry is currently wrapped up in the buzz of Strong Customer Authentication (SCA), Consent, and Liability as it looks towards the deadlines of EU Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and UK Open Banking. On January 13, 2018, both the PSD2 and UK’s Open Banking initiative came into force. With these […]

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Credential Stuffing Defense

Credential compromise is a cyclical issue. It begins of course with the theft of credentials such as user IDs, email addresses and passwords. Then the credentials are often released, a process known as spilling, onto the dark web. Finally, the credentials are then tested in large volumes against a particular digital application, known as credential […]

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INAUTH MALWARE AND MOBILE THREAT UPDATE

MEDIAPROJECTION VULNERABILITY, MAC HIGH SIERRA OS LETS ANYONE LOG ON, MULTI-STAGE MALWARE ON GOOGLE PLAY Welcome to the latest update from InAuth where we compile recent headlines and top threats affecting mobile devices.  Here are some of the most recent highlights: Google MediaProjection Service Able to Be Exploited Google’s new MediaProjection service allows app developers […]

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Halting the Fraudsters Who Want to Steal from Holiday Shoppers

The festive season is upon us and most of the county is in full holiday shopping mode—from gift-buying, to restaurants and party-shopping—retailers are banking on a record-breaking season. The National Retail Federation predicts that retail sales over November and December this year—excluding automobiles, gasoline and restaurants—will increase as much as 4%, reaching upward of $682 […]

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INAUTH MALWARE AND MOBILE THREAT UPDATE

SEO-OPTIMZED MALWARE LINKS, IPHONE X JAIL BREAKIMMINENT, OLD BANKING TROJAN MAKES A COMEBACK Welcome to the latest update from InAuth where we compile recent headlines and top threats affecting mobile devices.  Here are some of the most recent highlights: Banking Trojan Targets Google Search Results In a new threat, fraudsters have found a way to […]

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