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“We detected a recent spike in business email compromise (BEC) attacks soliciting gift cards primarily targeting K-12 school teachers. Attackers impersonate colleagues or school officials to ask recipients to purchase various gift cards,” Microsoft Security Intelligence warned. The attackers create fake email accounts impersonating K-12 school personnel. The accounts are created based on publicly available […]

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The attack started on July 14 and was over the next day, when it became apparent that numerous high-profile accounts, including those of Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Barack Obama, and Jeff Bezos, were hijacked and leveraged to promote a cryptocurrency scam. The hackers, which were identified shortly after the incident, leveraged internal Twitter systems to […]

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The accounts, the social media platform reveals, were removed after the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) alerted it on the suspicious activity. “Based on intel provided by the @FBI, last night we removed approximately 130 accounts that appeared to originate in Iran. They were attempting to disrupt the public conversation during the first 2020 US […]

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