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Advanced Software Products Group Enhances ReACT with Leading-Edge Security Features

Advanced Software Products Group Enhances ReACT with Leading-Edge Security Features

New security features that are designed to address some common security challenges faced by organizations using self-service password reset tools, including user enumeration prevention and rate limiting

Advanced Software Products Group (ASPG, Inc.) is proud to announce the latest updates to ReACT, the leading self-service password reset and synchronization tool. In line with ASPG’s commitment to cybersecurity, these enhancements include powerful security updates to strengthen organization’s cyber defenses.

With an evolving digital landscape and increasing cyber breaches, strict cybersecurity is of paramount importance. ReACT is continually being updated with these concerns in mind, meeting the evolving cybersecurity needs of organizations.

These new security features are designed to address some common security challenges faced by organizations using self-service password reset tools, including user enumeration prevention and rate limiting.

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Firstly, ReACT’s user enumeration prevention feature has been designed to prevent attackers from discovering valid user accounts through enumeration techniques. Normally, ReACT would notify users if a ReACT ID was invalid. This new feature gives no definitive information on the validity of IDs, ensuring that attackers cannot exploit ReACT to gather information about user accounts.

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Closely linked to this feature is rate limiting. To mitigate attackers guessing valid usernames and abusing ReACT’s portals, rate limits have been introduced. This feature allows organizations to control and restrict the number of login attempts within a time frame. This rate limiting will prevent brute-force attacks and unauthorized access, further reducing the risk of security breaches.

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