Whether the motivation is to spread fake news in pursuit of influence, steal customer login credentials or credit card numbers, or break into cloud shares and networks to steal intellectual property, website spoofing has devastating impacts on company reputation, consumer trust and revenues.
To date, options for detecting when a website have been spoofed has largely relied on monitoring domain registrations and manual web searches. However, this approach is susceptible to human error, only identifies spoofed websites after the fraud occurs, leaves the brand with no insight into how many and which of its clients were potentially impacted and does nothing to deter the next attack.
When website spoofing occurs, Allure helps answer pressing questions like:
Allure Website Beacons detect a spoofed website as soon as it is viewed by the first visitor, which initiates the take down process immediately upon fraud being committed.
Intelligence is collected to quantify customer and brand impact, inform responses (i.e. notify impacted clients to reset passwords) and uncloak attackers.
The spoofed website can be flooded with decoy credentials until the site is taken down to devalue the information collected by the adversary.
Allure Decoy Documents are used to detect intrusions resulting from attacks, provide adversary intelligence for attackers phishing employees, and extend depth of defense against intrusions.