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Anti Phishing Service
Not too long ago there has been waves of attack from phishing criminals which involves a differently sophisticated method by utilizing social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. Targets can most likely be banks, trading platforms and financial exchanges involving fiat and digital currencies. Here is how it works: After finding their target financial...
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Anti Phishing
Watch out for browser extensions this time Previously we have been talking about mobile apps mostly on the Android environment that are being used to hijack malware into some legitimate looking apps in order to deploy different scripts to steal as much data to extort money either by combining phishing attack strategies or directly snoop...
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Cryptojacking Introduction
Mining for a stranger? How about a no? Trick and Cyber threats on the cyber world never seems to end, because it just keeps on evolving. Another thing to watch out for on the list of unseen threats through the eyes of our unsuspecting users is what we call “Cryptojacking”. Due to the rise and...
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Anti Phishing
Sophisticated Spear Phishing: Customized Phishing Attacks Our  Phishing Intelligence team noticed that sophisticated phishing attacks are more likely to occur these days targeting corporate employees and their contacts in their email addresses. This is commonly known as Spear Phishing is needed. Basically this type of phishing attack is devised by doing a thorough research on specific targets,...
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Voice-Phishing-Vishing-Attack-Targeting-Numerous-of-Banks
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 and it...
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2017 | iZOOlogic
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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Ransomware: the new kind of 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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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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Trademark and Copyright enforcement to protect digital assets
Trademark and Copyright enforcement to protect digital assets. In an online world the digital assets of the business are open to a large range of fraud and abuse. Digital assets can be legally protected via Trademark and Copyright ownership claims. Examples of trademark and copyright infringement are fake websites and phishing sites, unauthorised social media...
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