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New research has shown that voice deepfakes are becoming easier to spot as synthetic recreations of real voices, thanks to the anatomy of our vocal tracts. Researchers at the University of Florida have devised a method of simulating images of a human vocal tract’s apparent movements(opens in new tab) while a voice clip – real […]

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As part of the campaign, the attackers have been using adversary-in-the-middle (AiTM) phishing sites to steal credentials, and have been hijacking sign-in sessions to bypass authentication even with multifactor authentication (MFA) enabled. AiTM is a phishing technique in which the attackers deploy a proxy webserver between the user and the site they are trying to […]

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By now, businesses are well aware of the standard cyber security protocols surrounding passwords, the importance of sharing data securely, and so on. Yet, identity theft and fraud are still prevalent problems for companies across every industry. Identity theft(opens in new tab) is a criminal act whereby an individual or a business’ identity is illegally […]

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