2021 Credential Stuffing Report

Fraud
Attack Types
Credential Stuffing
Cybercrime
Shape Security & F5 Labs
Nov 15, 2021
Whitepapers

Despite consensus about best practices, industry behaviors around password storage remain poor. Plaintext storage of passwords is responsible for the greatest number of spilled credentials by far, and the widely discredited hashing algorithm MD5 remains surprisingly prevalent.

Organizations remain weak at detecting and discovering intrusions and data exfiltration. Median time to discovering a credential spill between 2018 and 2020 was 120 days; the average time to discovery was 327 days. Often spills are discovered on the dark web before organizations detect or disclose a breach.

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