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How does OAAM prevent session-hijacking?



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To protect against fraudulent transactions occurring over hijacked sessions, Adaptive Strong Authenticator can be easily deployed in session during a sensitive transaction. This requires a human interaction (entering a PIN/OTP/Password on a PinPad/KeyPad) in a process which an automated attack cannot easily navigate using software. For example, the destination account number in a wire transfer transaction could be entered using a PinPad to prevent an automated attack from alerting the account number.
Adaptive Risk Manager offers extensive protections against fraudulent transactions in session. Once a login has cleared our pre-authentication security gateway (computer and location fraud patterns) and has authenticated successfully with the proper credentials, there are still multiple strong security gateways remaining, within the Adaptive Risk Manager model.

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