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Spear Phishing attacks
Sending Spoofed Emails for Spear Phishing and Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) attacks.
Criminals use spoofed email domain from addresses to launch Spear Phishing and Advanced Persistent Threat malware attacks. The “FROM” address of the sender’s email is maliciously changed to the victim’s domain. From the recipients point of view the email looks and feels like an internal email. Cybercriminals can easily send an email to anyone within...
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Spear-phishing attack
Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks Business Email Compromise (BEC), formerly known as Man-in-the-Email scams are a blended Spear-phishing attack. BEC attacks follow similar traits to phishing, technical subterfuge with social engineering. BEC threats actually compromise legitimate business email accounts in order to conduct unauthorised transfer of funds to criminal controlled bank accounts. Essentially the employee...
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Puddle Phishing, not of Spear Phishing, is a resurgent threat a variant
Puddle Phishing, a variant of Spear Phishing, is a resurgent threat. Phishing is a broad term to describe the type of attack that combines some technological components with social engineering. Traditional or classical phishing has been previously discussed in this blog, and is well documented across security blogs and research whitepapers. Let us take a...
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Spear Phishing attacks
Spear phishing is a variant of the traditional phishing attack that is highly targeted. The phishing message, usually an email, is sent to a discrete audience, a small group of employees, a specific individual or a high profile executive within a targeted business. Similar to classic and traditional based phishing attacks spear phishing leverages social...
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Phishing | iZOOlogic
Spear phishing scams have been around for decades and despite all our best efforts in terms of user education, we continue to see a rise this kind of phishing in terms of volumes and sophistication – it is only the high-profile phishing make headlines. Spear phishing has evolved and continues to evolve. Cybercriminals are using...
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