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Attackers are using deepfakes to snag remote IT jobs

05
Jul
2022
Attackers are using deepfakes to snag remote IT jobs

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Malicious individuals are using stolen personally identifiable information (PII) and voice and video deepfakes to try to land remote IT, programming, database and software-related jobs, the FBI has warned last week.

The increasing malicious use of deepfakes

Deepfakes are synthetic media – images, audio recordings, videos – that make it look like a person has been doing and saying things they haven’t done or said. There have also been known attempts of real-time deepfake attacks.

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