Criminal activities surged in the first half of the year, with Check Point Research (CPR) reporting an 8% increase in global weekly cyberattacks in the second quarter, marking the highest volume in two years. Familiar threats such as ransomware and hacktivism have evolved, with criminal gangs modifying their methods and
Kaspersky experts have outlined top four email scam themes and tactics currently prevalent in the Middle East, Türkiye, Africa region (META). These scams highlight different social engineering techniques used by cybercriminals, however the objective remains the same, which is to entice unsuspecting victims and steal their personal and financial information.
ESET researchers have uncovered a mass-spreading phishing campaign aimed at collecting Zimbra account users’ credentials. The campaign has been active since at least April 2023 and is still ongoing. Zimbra Collaboration is an open-core collaborative software platform, a popular alternative to enterprise email solutions. The campaign’s targets are a variety
Cloudflare has released its inaugural 2023 Phishing Threats Report. The findings highlight that phishing remains the most dominant and fastest growing Internet crime, largely due to the ubiquity of email and the ceaseless issue of human error that is preyed upon by today’s threat actors. While business email compromise (BEC) losses
Scammers are now targeting various websites lacking reliable protection as they seek an easier and more effective way to distribute phishing pages. Due to the lack of support and maintenance on these old sites, they have become vulnerable to hacking through well-known exploits, paving the way for phishing attacks. Kaspersky
KnowBe4 has released Q2 2023 global phishing report that found HR related email subjects are being utilized as a phishing strategy and make up 50% of top email subjects. Phishing emails continue to be one of the most common methods to effectively perpetuate malicious attacks on organizations around the globe.