Uptick in Phishing Attempts via XPS file extensions We’ve seen it time after time, malicious actors routinely attempt to confuse recipients of messages with obscure or lesser-utilized file extensions. Over the past month, some phishing attempts using xps files instead of the typical pdf or doc/docx formats have been captured by our filters. The xps […]
Throughout 2017 we observed a major increase in phishing efforts, reaching peak levels over the summer, and this trend has continued to intensify in 2018. Much of this effort was expertly tailored to gather users’ login credentials to their preferred email provider. Ultimately attempting to compromise Office365, Gmail, Yahoo, AOL et al. The phishing attacks […]
Update 4/3/2018 We’ve seen an increase of customers reporting email bombs, specifically the Distributed Spam Distraction (DSD) attack, over the past couple weeks. On Monday, 4/2/2018, 6 different attacks were reported to our teams. Fraudulent Best Buy pickup orders have been a common theme observed during these attacks, however, any type of identity theft or […]
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On this week’s episode, CSO’s Salted Hash security writer Steve Ragan talks with CSO’s Michael Nadeau to talk about things that keep IT administrators awake at night. Hint: Ransomware is not the only thing. The items in the episode were pitched to CSO by AppRiver. The data in the list was sourced from working security professionals, […]