Credential Stuffing Attacks Using Selenium and Python

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Webinar by Dan Woods
Vice President | Threat Intelligence Shape Security

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One of the most common ways cybercriminals perform account takeovers is via credential stuffing.
To learn more about this threat, Dan Woods, former FBI Special Agent and Director, Shape Intelligence will demonstrate how the Selenium Webdriver tool is used to perform credential stuffing attacks.

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