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Tiny Font Size Fools Email Filters in BEC Phishing

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Nov
2021
Tiny Font Size Fools Email Filters in BEC Phishing

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A new business email compromise (BEC) campaign targeting Microsoft 365 users is using a range of sophisticated obfuscation tactics within phishing emails that can fool natural language processing filters and are undetectable to end users.

Researchers at Avanan, a CheckPoint company, first discovered the campaign – dubbed One Font because of the way it hides text in a one-point font size within messages – in September.

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