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New Microsoft Spear-Phishing Attack Uses Exact Domain Spoofing Tactic

New Microsoft Spear-Phishing Attack Uses Exact Domain Spoofing Tactic

Security researchers detected a new spear-phishing attack that’s using an exact domain spoofing tactic in order to impersonate Microsoft. On December 7, IRONSCALES revealed that it had spotted the campaign targeting Office ...

Split-Second Phantom Images Fool Autopilots

Researchers are tricking autopilots by inserting split-second images into roadside billboards. Researchers at Israel’s Ben Gurion University of the Negev … previously revealed that they could use split-second light projections on roads ...
Email Spoofing 101: How to Avoid Becoming a Victim

Email Spoofing 101: How to Avoid Becoming a Victim

Knowing how to check if an email is valid is key to helping you avoid becoming a phishing victim Although the term “email spoofing” doesn’t sound particularly scary, the results... The post ...
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Orchestrating Network Security to Handle Cyberthreats

Unfortunately for companies, cybercriminals don’t need to invent the wheel when choosing a way to hack corporate networks. Black hat hackers have a choice of cyberthreats and attack methods on a silver ...
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spear phishing attacks

Protecting Against Spear Phishing Attacks: A Guide

As security practices evolve, cybercriminals are finding new methods to carry out their attacks. Using highly personalized email attacks, carefully designed spear phishing attacks are being used to steal sensitive information such ...
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Microsoft Again Most Spoofed as Office 365 Phishing Evolves

Microsoft Again Most Spoofed as Office 365 Phishing Evolves

 Microsoft is No. 1 again—for all the wrong reasons. The latest “Phishers’ Favorites” report, which highlights brands with the most unique phishing URLs detected by Vade Secure, ranked Microsoft the top impersonated ...
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How Easy Is It to Spoof a Caller ID?

Caller ID spoofing has become a real nuisance with machines and scammers hiding behind a number that they are not authorized to use. This creates the need to prevent illegitimate calls from ...
ATMs Vulnerable to Hacker Attacks

Researchers Find Most ATMs Vulnerable to Hacker Attacks

A new study that analyzed ATMs from three major manufacturers found that two-thirds of them were vulnerable to physical black box attacks and an even larger number were vulnerable to network attacks ...
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The Masquerade Ball: Train Yourself to Detect Spoofed Files

Masquerading is a technique used in which a file name is maliciously named something similar to one which may be trusted. This specific technique is outlined in detail in the MITRE ATT&CK ...
New Sextortionist Scam Uses Email Spoofing Attack to Trick Users

New Sextortionist Scam Uses Email Spoofing Attack to Trick Users

A new sextortionist scam is using spoofing techniques to trick users into thinking that digital attackers have compromised their email accounts. As reported by Bleeping Computer, an attack email belonging to this ...