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Short links are everywhere these days. All these,,,, and the like have long since become a familiar part of the online landscape. So familiar, in fact, that most users click on them without thinking twice. But thinking is never a bad thing. With that in mind, we explain below how […]

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In our most recent Remote Sessions webcast, Roger Grimes, computer security expert and Data-Driven Defense Evangelist for KnowBe4, gave a deep dive on phishing and how to properly mitigate and prevent phishing attacks. Grimes has worked in the cybersecurity industry for more than 30 years, authoring 13 books and more than 1,300 articles. His job […]

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Spammers behind credential harvesting attacks are taking advantage of a distributed file protocol to distribute customized phishing links. Because the system, the InterPlanetary File System, is designed to be resilient against content takedowns, scammers are using it to deliver phishing emails at scale, say researchers from Kaspersky. IPFS works as a peer-to-peer network of nodes […]

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