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How can OAAM prevent phishing?



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There are a number of anti-phishing features of OAAM. Phishing attacks are often aimed at credential theft. A Phishing site will usually send the users to the real site once they steal their credentials so the user does not suspect anything has gone wrong. When this happens OAAM can recognize that the user is coming from a referral URL not sanctioned by the bank. When OAAM sees this it can add the user to a “phishing victims” group. Membership in this group will increase their risk when attempting transactions such as a wire transfer. As well an investigation case will be created so the referral URL and the user can be evaluated. If all is OK the URL can be white listed and the user removed from the group.
There are also a number of other symptoms of credential theft that OAAM can detect. Factors such as max velocity, device and location usage can be very valuable in determining risk that an access attempt is not from the valid user.

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