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Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works
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Trusteer Rapport – Browser Security - How It Works

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  • 1. Rapport Browser Security How it works and how it protects against malware and other browser attacks
  • 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. Internet The Browser Vault
  • 4. The Rapport Browser Vault Internet Your browser maintains an internal record of Web pages viewed and information entered.
  • 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. The Rapport Browser Vault Internet The browser has many doors (aka interfaces) through which its internal storage is accessible to others
  • 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. 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. The Rapport Browser Vault Internet Rapport replaces internal browser storage with a vault that cannot be opened by malware
  • 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. 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. Internet Armored Communication
  • 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. 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. 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. Rapport’s Armored Communication Bank Internet Your bank configures Rapport to instruct it how to reach its genuine servers
  • 17. Internet Actionable Intelligence
  • 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. Rapport’s Actionable Intelligence Bank Internet Security and fraud prevention experts analyze these events to detect new threats Fraud Prevention Center
  • 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. Internet Thank You www.trusteer.com

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