Skip to main content

Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat is an Enumeration Attack?

An enumeration attack is when cybercriminals or bad actors submit card-not-present (CNP) authorization attempts to check if data exists on a database. An example of a simple enumeration attack would be hackers looking for usernames and passwords. In payment processing the criminals are looking for information linked to a credit card like expiration dates.

FAQ Topics

Other Topics in

View All FAQ's

Sign up for news and updates