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Date: Fri, 20 May 2016 12:55:46 +0200
Subject: Re: User profile based fraudulent (password) activity detection


On 19 mai 2016, at 22:43, Per Thorsheim <> wrote:

> Any ideas, products or services out there to build profiles of user
> logons (IP, geo-location, time/day/date) etc to detect suspicious
> activity? Did I just give away a business idea here? (I want to be
> credited, and a free lifetime license!)

Any idea will probably be interesting, but what I would really want for this type of technology is:

- on premises: i don't want my "behavioral" data to be externalized to and privatized by some external entity. If I register an account on, I don't want all my "behavioral" data related to to land on some other cloud (Google, MS, Apple, you name it);
- high level of interoperability: don't try to sell me something that works only on AD, or only with Foo or Bar.


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