With the increase in the statistics, the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) announced by publishing a notice on focusing on Vishing Attack (Voice Phishing) modus operation. Due to the pandemic situation, many companies drastically moved their operations to the comfort of their employee’s homes. Many companies...Continue Reading
Amazon is an eCommerce company that currently has US$14.541 billion in operating income in 2019. This eCommerce giant has been one of the go-to shopping platforms of people now more than ever because of lockdown implementation caused by COVID-19. As many are ordering their stuff online as it’s safer than leaving the house excessively, Amazon...Continue Reading
Phishing has already been popular for its vast attacks from individuals to big companies around the world thus many cyber-security firms have already investigated and found cyber-crime solutions to combat these attacks. But what’s shocking in today’s news is that cyber-criminals developed a sophisticated form of phishing called voice phishing or vishing, to steal money...Continue Reading
A new kind of Voice Phishing is circulating – the ‘can you hear me?’ phone scam has been reported in US, UK, and Australia. This is a little different to the traditional Vishing or Voice Phishing methods that directly attempt to steal account credentials and personal information. The scammer records the victim’s voice...Continue Reading
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...Continue Reading
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