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52%

of top 1 million domains have security breaches

95%

of breaches are caused by employees who disregard security policies

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sources of breached data detected per day

How can Surfshark Alert prevent data breaches?

Use Alert dashboard
to determine inner data exposures

Identify leaked
credentials

Detect vulnerabilities by matching leaked credentials with your employee and client database.

Enable proactive risk prevention

Take action to notify vulnerable account owners or force reset compromised credentials.

Monitor for new vulnerabilities

Get timely updates on new leaked data points that are matched with a current database.

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Take action to notify vulnerable account owners or force reset compromised credentials.

Use Alert API to pinpoint
outer data exposures of your customers

Enforce security hygiene
for existing clients

Send immediate alerts for existing customers if their credentials appear in newly leaked databases or force reset their login details.

Validate account security for new users

Prevent unsecure sign-ups if new user credentials are matched with the leaked ones.

Use Alert dashboard to determine inner data exposures

Identify leaked credentials

Detect vulnerabilities by matching leaked credentials with your employee and client database.

Enable proactive risk prevention

Take action to notify vulnerable account owners or force reset compromised credentials.

Monitor for new vulnerabilities

Get timely updates on new leaked data points that are matched with a current database.

Get instant Slack alerts

Take action to notify vulnerable account owners or force reset compromised credentials.

Use Alert API to pinpoint outer data exposures of your customers

Enforce security hygiene
for existing clients

Send immediate alerts for existing customers if their credentials appear in newly leaked databases or force reset their login details.

Validate account security for new users

Prevent unsecure sign-ups if new user credentials are matched with the leaked ones.

Why choose Surfshark Alert?

Database size
Processing time
Scanning abilities
Data points

The largest database of leaked data records

Extremely fast processing of newly leaked data records

Takes just two days to scan the whole internet

Detailed mapping report containing 40+ data points

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Limited size databases

Takes dangerously long to process newly leaked data

Unable to scan everything

General mapping reports with few data points

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Frequently asked questions

What is ATO?

Account Takeover (ATO) is a type of identity theft that can lead to unauthorized access to sensitive corporate data, financial loss, and reputational damage. During one of the ATO attacks, an attacker can illegally obtain financial account information, e.g., a credit card number. With that information, he can engage in various fraudulent activities, ranging from changing the shipping address to transferring money to a different account or making fraudulent purchases.

What is credential stuffing?

Credential stuffing is the type of cyberattack when an attacker takes usernames (or emails) and password from a data breach and tries to log in to multiple online services using automated systems. Credential stuffing is possible because most internet users tend to reuse the same login credentials across various services.

What is a brute force attack?

Brute force attacks target weak, common passwords in hopes to eventually guess them correctly. Unlike credential stuffing, brute-forcing doesn’t rely on data breaches; thus, it’s more difficult for an attacker to succeed. In fact, the success rate of brute force attacks is extremely low, despite using automated systems.

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