Protecting Against Man-in-the-Browser Attacks with Fraud Hunting Platform

Attack Types
Mar 15, 2021
Case Studies
Web injections are an especially hazardous type of Man-in-the-Browser (MITB) attack as it is designed to collect everything in the browser during a user's session, including logins, passwords, and even payment card information. By intercepting and manipulating information a user submits online in real-time, cybercriminals can then manipulate or steal data, credentials, and other personally identifiable information.

In this brief paper, Group-IB introduces the concept of web injections and highlights how the company's Fraud Hunting Platform can identify this threat. A pair of diagrams are included to help illustrate how web injections occur and how the Fraud Hunting Platform operates.

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