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Malicious ad for USPS fishes for banking credentials

Malicious ad for USPS fishes for banking credentials

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We often think of malvertising as being malicious ads that push malware or scams, and quite rightly so these are probably the most common payloads. However, malvertising is also a great vehicle for phishing attacks which we usually see more often via spam emails.

Threat actors continue to abuse and impersonate brands, posing as verified advertisers whose only purpose is to smuggle rogue ads via popular search engines. In this blog post, we review a recent phishing attack that was targeting both mobile and Desktop users looking up to track their packages via the United States Postal Service website.

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