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Threat actors impersonated the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) in a two-day phishing campaign that used a combination of tactics – including creating new domains that mimic federal sites so as to appear to be legitimate – to evade security detections. Between Aug. 16-18, researchers at e-mail security provider INKY detected 41 phishing emails dangling […]

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Threat actors are compromising up to 100,000 inboxes daily in a campaign that targets gift card and customer-loyalty program data in hopes of reselling it or cashing in on freebies, a security researcher has found. The actors behind the scam—outlined in a post by Brian Krebs on Krebs on Security—have been “mass-testing millions of usernames […]

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Since the advent of cryptocurrency, scammers of every stripe have sought to get rich from stealing virtual coins. With cybercriminals duping both buyers of mining equipment and cryptoinvestors, we spotlight a scam targeting users of the Luno cryptoexchange. About Luno The Luno cryptocurrency exchange has been in existence since 2013, and today it serves more […]

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