MFA Fatigue: Hackers’ new favorite tactic in high-profile breaches

Hackers are more frequently using social engineering attacks to gain access to corporate credentials and breach large networks. One component of these attacks that is becoming more popular with the rise of multi-factor authentication is a technique called MFA Fatigue.

When breaching corporate networks, hackers commonly use stolen employee login credentials to access VPNs and the internal network.

The reality is that obtaining corporate credentials is not extremely difficult for threat actors, who can use various methods, including phishing attacks, malware, leaked credentials from data breaches, or purchasing them on dark web marketplaces.

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Source: Bleeping Computer