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Most mass malicious mailing campaigns are very primitive and hardly diverse, with the content limited to several sentences offering the user to download archives that supposedly contain some urgent bills or unpaid fines. The email messages may contain no signatures or logos, with typos and other errors being fairly common. These mailings may target individual […]

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A BEC attack recently analyzed by cloud incident response company Mitiga used an adversary-in-the-middle (AitM) phishing attack to bypass Microsoft Office 365 MFA and gain access to a business executive’s account and then managed to add a second authenticator device to the account for persistent access. According to the researchers, the campaign they analyzed is […]

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Top U.S. universities are among the worst in the world at protecting users from email fraud, lacking security measures to prevent common threat tactics such as domain spoofing or other types of fraudulent emails, researchers have found. Ninety-seven percent of the top 10 universities in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia are subjecting […]

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