[HackerNews] How Companies Can Protect Themselves from Password Spraying Attacks

Attackers are using many types of attacks to compromise business-critical data. These can include zero-day attacks, supply chain attacks, and others. However, one of the most common ways that hackers get into your environment is by compromising passwords.
The password spraying attack is a special kind of password attack that can prove effective in compromising your environment. Let’s look closer

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