Be aware. Attackers are impersonating legitimate brands, attaching to emails an HTML file containing a fake log-in page, intended for harvesting credentials. To complete the disguise, they finish with redirecting to the real brand website.
Fake Alert! Attackers now phish for user’s credentials using fake email and web pages of Microsoft Planner and Microsoft Teams. Read the full report to stay on top of the trend and see what you can do about it.
What happens if you take a pinch of social engineering, a grain of evasion, and throw some anonymization techniques into the mix? Well, a perfect recipe for phishing. Check this example to see how attackers try to lure end-users to act wrongfully.
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