Scalper Bots Jump on the Last Yeezy Drops
Scalper bots are making quick cash from the final drops of Yeezy trainers, jumping on the exclusivity of the brand, according to the Netacea Quarterly Index.
Carding Deep Dive: Inside Russian Carding Fraud Part 3
Take a closer look at how Russian carding groups operate and some of the tools they use to evade detection in part three of this Netacea series.
Russian Carding Landscape: Inside Russian Carding Fraud Part 2
Why is Russia such a hotbed for carding fraud? Who do they target, and what is the scale of their attacks?
How to Map Your Bot Use Cases and Protect Your Brand
Bot attacks are varied in their tactics so no singular approach will block every use case. The first step must be formally mapping out the risks using the BLADE Framework.
Why Security Teams Are Adopting Bot Management At Pace
Businesses are realizing the value of bot management, with full maturity expected within two years, according to the latest Hype Cycle for Application Security by Gartner.
Goodbye Twitter, Hello X: What Are the Security Concerns?
What issues will Elon Musk's everything app, rebranding from Twitter to X, face in terms of privacy, surveillance, bots, and online safety?
Why Taylor Swift Fans Got Blocked For Being Bots
Taylor Swift fans have been left frustrated not only by losing out on tickets to scalpers, but also for being mistaken for bots themselves.