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Ukrainian CERT Warns Citizens of Phishing Attacks Using Compromised Accounts

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Mar
2022
Ukrainian CERT Warns Citizens of Phishing Attacks Using Compromised Accounts

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Ukraine’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-UA) warned of new phishing attacks aimed at its citizens by leveraging compromised email accounts belonging to three different Indian entities with the goal of compromising their inboxes and stealing sensitive information.

The agency cautioned that the emails arrive with the subject line “Увага” (meaning “Attention”) and claim to be from a domestic email service called Ukr.net, when in actuality, the email address of the sender is “[email protected][.]com.”

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