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brand protection
Fake News impacts business Executives and organisation brand. We have entered a new era of “Fake News” which can have a direct impact on all business Executives and brand protection strategies.  Fake News is real news – if you believe it. Fake News is being spread on dubious websites, specifically set up for this purpose....
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phishing and malware attacks
Cybercriminals have a large range of tools and resources to launch phishing and malware attacks against online platforms. The dark web provides fertile grounds for criminals to opening discuss methodologies and trade new malware variants, types and processes. From well-established banking malware, such as Dyre, ZeuS and Kronos, to more recently discovered malware, such as...
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traditional phishing
It may be a new year but we can be sure that phishing will again be upon us. So far in the first two days of 2017 we have seen the usual suspects being targeted, Apple, PayPal, Amazon, Scotia Bank, ANZ, HSBC, Facebook, the list of targeted phishing is endless…. Phishing first came to light...
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Cybercriminals still use emails to launch the social engineering component of a phishing or malware attack. Email content uses a “call to action’ such as a security update, web payment or refund to lure victims into clicking on the embedded link. Users are routed to fake web content or to download malicious attachment and executables....
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SMiShing
SMiShing attacks often leverage a trusted brand to route the victim to a phishing site. An alternative variant of SMiShing is where the spam message contains only a call back number. The message maybe as simple as “Please urgently call back xxxx xxxx xxxx to update your account details” and there is no mention of...
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Vishing, a term that relates to “Voice – Phishing” is a type of social engineering attack that has a high degree of variety.  Vishing takes the form of a criminal using a telephone to make a social engineering attempt against the victim to conduct fraud. Vishing maybe as simple as criminal A – speaking to...
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Ransomware malware
Ransomware is one of the greatest emerging cybercrime challenges. Ransomware is the largest malware taxonomy and most phishing emails in 2016 contain ransomware. The tactic of ransomware is to hold the victim to extortion by encrypting the victim’s documents, files or disks until the person pays a ransom fee via bitcoin or voucher. The main...
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Domain name spaming
Phishing spam is often sent from specifically registered domain names and domain zones to increase the efficacy of the phishing attack. This means that current email authentication systems are readily bypassed. Phishing spam forms the first component of the social engineering attempt. The phishing message must appear like it has come from a legitimate and...
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financial Trojan
Bolek malware is a new generation of financial trojan with an increased level of sophisitcation and stealth. Bolek was documented by the Polska CERT team in 2016 and named after a local cartoon character – “Bolek”, but this is no children’s show. Bolek’s primary function is targeting banks to steal login credentials from online banking...
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Carberp malware
Carberp malware, a financial Trojan, is the precursor to many new malware families such as Sofacy and Bolek. Carberp is an older malware, however, it is well worth our time to review as at it’s time of release it was highly sophisticated. Carberp was originally a Russian financial Trojan that first appeared in 2010. Carberp...
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