Remote work hazards: Attackers exploit weak WiFi, endpoints, and the cloud

Infoblox unveils a global report examining the state of security concerns, costs, and remedies. As the pandemic and uneven shutdowns stretch into a third year, organizations are accelerating digital transformation projects to support remote work. Meanwhile, attackers have seized on vulnerabilities in these environments, creating more work and larger budgets for security teams. 1,100 respondents […]

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HTML attachments in phishing e-mails

The use of embedded HTML documents in phishing e-mails is a standard technique employed by cybercriminals. It does away with the need to put links in the e-mail body, which antispam engines and e-mail antiviruses usually detect with ease. HTML offers more possibilities than e-mail for camouflaging phishing content. There are two main types of […]

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Ukraine CERT-UA warns of new attacks launched by Russia-linked Armageddon APT

Ukraine Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-UA) reported a phishing campaign conducted by Armageddon APT using GammaLoad.PS1_v2 malware. Ukraine Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-UA) reported a phishing campaign using messages with subject “On revenge in Kherson!” and containing the “Plan Kherson.htm” attachment. The HTM-file will decode and create an archive named “Herson.rar”, which contains a file-shortcut […]

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