Arc is the best dark web monitoring solution on the market and the only one that provides frequent updates with detailed information for real threats.
Today, Threat Status are delighted to announce an agreement to integrate Arc, it’s real-time credential checking service, with one of the industry’s most well-established and loved secure password vaults – Sticky Password.
Arc was developed with the aim of providing application developers with an almost instantaneous method of checking if credential pairs being entered by a user are an identical match to credentials being distributed on dark markets that trade in stolen data.
Developed with support from the UK Governments Innovate UK competition, Arc provides an unparalleled capability in credential leak verification and credential stuffing protection.
Since its founding in 2001, Sticky Password has provided secure password management solutions to millions. Sticky Password has long been a leader in password security, led by a strong team of former executives of AVG Technologies.
Jon Inns, Threat Status CEO comments “This integration signals an evolution in reliable credential security. Just checking for the existence of an account password in a list of millions is an outdated and ineffective security strategy. The integration of Arc with Sticky Password means that their vaults can continually and securely check for the existence and sharing of the full credential pair without any private information ever leaving the application. We believe this integration between our technologies create a truly unique security combination which is more effective and powerful than anything else on the market”.
Peter Lipa, VP of Sticky Password North America adds “We’re delighted to be working with the team at Threat Status. Arc is the best dark web monitoring solution on the market and the only one that provides frequent updates with detailed information for real threats. Together, we’re creating an innovative way of providing users with actionable data that will increase their online security while preserving their privacy. It’s a real game changer.”