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All organizations wrestle with chronic phishing attacks that are the primary vectors through which malicious actors breach systems and spread malware. Most phishing attackers deliver their payloads on networks by crafting spoofed emails that look like they come from legitimate, authoritative senders. Those look-alike emails instead derive from domains deployed solely for malicious purposes. It’s […]

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The accounts were compromised after the attackers managed to gain access to internal Twitter systems and tools. The hack became apparent after high-profile accounts such as those of Jeff Bezos, Joe Biden, Mike Bloomberg, Bill Gates, or Elon Musk posted messages related to a cryptocurrency scam. Soon after the incident was discovered, Twitter removed the […]

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COVID-related attacks increased 436% between the second and third weeks of March 2020, with an average 173% week-over-week increase during the quarter, according to Abnormal Security. A trend toward payment fraud There has also been a shift from individual to group BEC attacks, with campaigns with more than 10 recipients up 27% compared to Q4 […]

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