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Also tracked as TA407 and COBALT DICKENS, the adversary was previously observed launching similar attacks for two years in a row. In 2018, the group set up fake login pages for 76 universities. In 2019, Silent Librarian targeted more than 60 universities in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Switzerland, the United States, and the United Kingdom. […]

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Coronavirus-related email subjects continue to dominate phishing campaigns, remaining the primary threat, with more than half of phishing emails containing some information related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Phishing campaigns represent a primary attack vector for cybercriminals looking tosteal personal information or infect devices with malware. The pandemic proved to be a gold mine for these […]

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Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated as tools and services on the dark web – and even the surface web – enable low-skill threat actors to create highly evasive threats. Unfortunately, most of today’s modern malware evades traditional signature-based anti-malware services, arriving to endpoints with ease. As a result, organizations lacking a layered security approach often […]

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