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Operation Red Deer

Outing Aggah's Sophisticated Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) Targeting Israel

What Goes “App” Could Take You Down

Files "are like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get". In this blog, we cover the risks of malicious file uploads to web apps and the best practices to prevent them.

There’s Nothing “Meta” About Phishing for Credentials

There’s a new sophisticated phishing campaign making its rounds that aims to trick Facebook users into giving scammers their account credentials and PII by leveraging validation processes to seem credible.

3 Key Takeaways from the 2023 Gartner® Market Guide for Email Security

As email continues to be the primary vector for cyber attacks, staying up to date with the latest developments in email security is essential. In this blog post, we examine key insights from the latest Market Guide for Email Security Report by Gartner, and offer practical recommendations on how security and risk management leaders can fortify their security posture in 2023.
Phishing Hook

One for the Show, Two for the Money

Hundreds of legitimate websites are being used in two-step phishing attacks. Novel computer vision models can prevent them from reaching users' inboxes.

Takeaways from the CircleCI Incident

Continuous integration and delivery platform CircleCI confirmed that a security incident occurred on January 04, 2023 and was caused by an infostealer being deployed on an employee’s laptop. Because the targeted employee had privileges to generate production access tokens, the attacker was able to potentially access and steal data from a subset of databases and stores.