Report: Analysis of Real-World Exposure to Windows Credential Theft Attacks (Japanese)
The term “credentials theft attack” refers to an attacker gaining unauthorized access to a user account’s credentials, such as a password or a password hash, and then using this stolen credential to gain access to confidential areas of the network. Examples of major breaches that began with credential theft include the Target breach in 2013 and the Home Depot breach in 2014. This insightful report documents research conducted by CyberArk Labs to investigate real-world exposure to successful credential theft attacks against privileged accounts in Microsoft Windows networks.
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