SMiShing – a phishing based threat against the Mobile Channel. SMiShing is a phishing based attack that leverages the Short Message Service (SMS) or phone based text message. SMiShing or Smishing has been around for many years now so it is not a new threat but a persistent threat that is evolving. With SMiShing...Continue Reading
Domain shadowing provides the cybercriminal a series of methodologies to manipulate a genuine domain registrant account allowing the creation of fake subdomains and disrupting DNS configurations for malicious purposes. Our resources show that domain shadowing has now become a greater challenge amongst our client’s and their peers over the previous 12 months. This is a disturbing...Continue Reading
Social Media presents a new set of challenges for the business and is a growing area of online brand abuse and fraud. Social Media provides a new mechanism for cybercrime affording the opportunity to distribute phishing and malware content. Social engineering is a key component of Advanced Persistent Threats — APT attacks and often infrastructure breaches...Continue Reading
Mobile applications afford a seamless user experience, however, Unofficial, Unauthorised, Rogue, Malicious Mobile Apps provide an emerging threat for cybercrime and brand abuse. Phishing and malware attacks have evolved to target the mobile device and Mobile Apps are a main vector in the delivery of phishing based apps and the delivery of malicious payloads. Mobile Apps...Continue Reading
Electronic channels are a highly efficient mechanism of delivering online services, capabilities and transacting with the end user customer presenting many favorable outcomes for the organisation as well as the end user. However, the electronic channel is open to range of abuse and fraud, ranging from benign to malicious activity. The following is an outline of...Continue Reading
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