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Spy MAX Android RAT Targets Luxury Business Sector

On June 4, 2019, AppRiver's Advanced Email Security filter began to quarantine low volume waves of highly targeted attacks directed toward businesses who operate in the luxury services sector.

Examples of these businesses include yacht brokers, executive housekeeping and staffing providers, and some that offer various...

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THREAT ALERT - Malware Being Hosted On Azure

    

THREAT ALERT - AZURE CURRENTLY HOSTING MALWARE

On Sept. 7, 2018, we first detailed how malicious attackers abused Azure's Custom Domain Name registrations to host credential phishing sites. On April 29, 2019, we released information on how compromised user data was exposed from attacks originating from phishing...

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HMRC-themed emails carry Trickbot infection

A cybercrime group is currently targeting businesses in the UK with malware-laden emails containing the banking Trojan known as Trickbot.

In the past years, several malware families have been seen heavily targeting the UK in attempts to spread banking Trojans looking to gain access to business and personal accounts.

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Good Vs Evil: Telltale Signs To Determine If That Email Is Evil

 

Stop! We see you about to click the link in that email. Don’t do it until you read this.

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Think Your Business is Safe From Hackers?

Hackers are always on the lookout for easy targets. Make sure your business doesn't become one.

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AppRiver Live: Hackers are getting personal

All your eggs in the Office 365 basket? Find out how layered security can save your bacon.

Check out this week's AppRiver Live replay. AppRiver Security Analyst David Pickett and Marketing Director Jim McClellan discuss the latest tactics cybercriminals are using to gain access to your email (and unleash malicious, and...

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Warning! Trojan Droppers Exploiting Symbolic Link (.SLK) Files

Trojan Droppers Exploiting Symbolic Link Files

Malicious actors routinely attempt to confuse recipients of messages with obscure file extensions to load malicious files on the victims machine.

For most users the .slk file is recognized in Microsoft Office software as an Excel file. However, as detailed here, it also is...

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Attackers Leverage Stolen Email Credentials In Malware Attacks

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, ...

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Want to know what threats to expect in 2018?

AppRiver security analysts Troy Gill and David Pickett took a peek in their crystal ball to see what cyber threats we may see in 2018.

These predictions as well as a look back at 2017 can be found in AppRiver's Global Security Report.

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As Tax Season Looms, CPA Firms Targeted with Advanced Malware

As the 2018 tax season gets underway, we want to make sure everyone is aware of the many dangers we see surrounding this event each year.

In fact, curiosity and uncertainty surrounding recent tax law changes may leave many individuals more susceptible to falling victim to one of the many tax-themed attacks that we...

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