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Security awareness training and simulated phishing provider KnowBe4 has announced that it has discovered a new type of phishing scam warning people that they’ve come into contact with a friend/colleague/family member who has been infected with the coronavirus and so are at risk of being infected themselves. The email, which is crafted to appear as...
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Criminals are using a combination of server exploitation, email, and voice calls to execute voice phishing attacks, often referred to as vishing. In a session at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, John LaCour, founder and CTO at PhishLabs, and Davey Ware, Special Agent at the FBI, detailed the mechanics of how vishing attacks work to...
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This week we discuss the stalkerware app that spilled bucketloads of ultrapersonal data, a double-whammy ransomware attack on a homeless charity, and an Amazon Prime-themed phishing attack with a skull-and-crossbones twist. Producer Alice Duckett hosts the show with Sophos experts Paul Ducklin, Greg Iddon and Peter Mackenzie. Listen now! LISTEN NOW Click-and-drag on the soundwaves...
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Earlier this week, we received a moderately believable Amazon Prime phish via email. The scam had an Account Locked subject line, with a warning that we wouldn’t be able to buy or sell anything via Amazon’s services until we verified our account. To add a bit more fear and urgency, the crooks went on to...
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A Puerto Rican government agency unintentionally gave cyber-criminals $2.6m after being taken in by an email phishing scam. A senior official of the island’s government confirmed that money allocated for remittance payments had been wired by a government agency to what appeared to be a genuine bank account on January 17. It later transpired that the...
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Thanks to the Sophos Security Team for their help with this article. Sadly, cybercrooks love a crisis, because it gives them a believable reason to contact you with a phishing scam. Here’s a tasteless and exploitative example, reported to us by the Sophos Security Team, of a current scam that uses the coronavirus as its...
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Security experts are warning of new phishing campaigns designed to capitalize on global fears of the fast-spreading coronavirus. Last week saw the first reported UK infections of the virus, known for now as 2019-nCoV, after it spread around the world from an epicenter in Wuhan, China. Concerns persist over whether the true extent of the virus,...
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A Texas school district has found out the hard way that phishing attacks remain a serious financial threat to organizations of all shapes and sizes, losing an estimated $2.3m in a recent scam. Manor Independent School District took to Twitter to post official confirmation that the FBI is currently investigating the incident. “This investigation is...
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