Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works

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Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works

  1. 1. Rapport Browser Security How it works and how it protects against malware and other browser attacks
  2. 2. About Trusteer Rapport • A lightweight browser security plug-in and security service • Protects relationship with banks against online identity theft and fraud – even when anti-virus fails • Downloadable from your bank in seconds • Three main features – Browser Vault – Armored Communications – Actionable Intelligence
  3. 3. Internet The Browser Vault
  4. 4. The Rapport Browser Vault Internet Your browser maintains an internal record of Web pages viewed and information entered.
  5. 5. The Rapport Browser Vault Internet Your bank statements, transactions, and login information are all stored inside the browser for the duration of the session.
  6. 6. The Rapport Browser Vault Internet The browser has many doors (aka interfaces) through which its internal storage is accessible to others
  7. 7. The Rapport Browser Vault These doors are legitimate Internet and are designed to allow toolbars and other software  to interface with the browser 
  8. 8. The Rapport Browser Vault Internet Unfortunately these doors are also used by malware to read sensitive information, tamper with transactions and modify Web pages.
  9. 9. The Rapport Browser Vault Internet Rapport replaces internal browser storage with a vault that cannot be opened by malware
  10. 10. The Rapport Browser Vault Bank Internet Your bank configures a vault policy to identify which information should not be accessible through any browser doors Passwords Transactions Statements
  11. 11. The Rapport Browser Vault Internet Rapport enforces the policy and prevents access to sensitive information residing within the vault. Malware, whether recognized by antivirus or not, is defeated.
  12. 12. Internet Armored Communication
  13. 13. Rapport’s Armored Communication Fraudulent Server Bank Server Internet Your browser consults a “DNS” service (usually provided by your Internet Service Provider) to find your bank’s server on the Internet. DNS
  14. 14. Rapport’s Armored Communication Fraudulent Server Real Server Internet Unfortunately many attacks allow criminals to control or bypass this DNS service and direct customers to fraudulent servers DNS
  15. 15. Rapport’s Armored Communication Fraudulent Server Real Server Internet Rapport provides a secure DNS service that also authenticates the Web site to makes sure that you safely reach the real bank server
  16. 16. Rapport’s Armored Communication Bank Internet Your bank configures Rapport to instruct it how to reach its genuine servers
  17. 17. Internet Actionable Intelligence
  18. 18. Rapport’s Actionable Intelligence Bank Internet Attempts to crack the Rapport browser vault or direct customers to fraudulent Web sites are reported to the Trusteer Fraud Prevention Center Fraud Prevention Center
  19. 19. Rapport’s Actionable Intelligence Bank Internet Security and fraud prevention experts analyze these events to detect new threats Fraud Prevention Center
  20. 20. Rapport’s Actionable Intelligence Bank Internet Based on this analysis, the bank takes server-side actions to defeat the threat and protect customer accounts Fraud Prevention Center
  21. 21. Internet Thank You www.trusteer.com

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