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Researchers have discovered a new SMS phishing campaign targeting mobile numbers in the United States aiming to steal online banking credentials and install the Emotet malware wherever possible. SMS phishing campaigns, also known as smishing, follows a straightforward recipe. Victims receive an SMS message with an embedded link, sending them to a malicious site. Sometimes, […]

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A new phishing campaign is attempting to deliver sophisticated malware that can completely hijack an Android mobile device to steal user credentials, install a keylogger and even hold a device’s data for ransom. The attacks are designed for mobile inboxes and leverage the Anubis malware, a sophisticated trojan used originally for cyber espionage and later […]

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As people grow concerned about the Wuhan coronavirus, now classified as a global emergency by the World Health Organization, cybercriminals are preying on their fear with phishing emails claiming to have advice on protective safety measures. Emails have been seen in the US and UK. The attack was detected by security researchers at Mimecast. A […]

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