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  1. 10K Targeted in Phishing Attacks Spoofing FedEx, DHL Express The two campaigns aimed to steal victims' business email account credentials by posing as the shipping companies. Two large phishing attacks, aimed at a combined 10,000 victims, spoofed emails from FedEx and DHL Express in an attempt to steal their targets' business email account credentials. The attackers' techniques included social engineering, brand impersonation, and link redirects, report Armorblox researchers who detected the campaigns. They also hosted phishing pages on Quip and Google Fireba
  2. Hackers abusing the Ngrok platform phishing attacks Researchers from threat intelligence Cyble have discovered threat actors abusing the Ngrok platform in a fresh phishing campaign. Researchers at the threat intelligence firm Cyble discovered a new wave of phishing attacks targeting multiple organizations that are abusing the ngrok platform, a secure and introspectable tunnel to the localhost. ngrok is a cross-platform application used to expose a local development server to the Internet, the server appears to be hosted on a subdomain of ngrok (e.g., 4f4
  3. New phishing attack uses Morse code to hide malicious URLs A new targeted phishing campaign includes the novel obfuscation technique of using Morse code to hide malicious URLs in an email attachment. Samuel Morse and Alfred Vail invented morse code as a way of transmitting messages across telegraph wire. When using Morse code, each letter and number is encoded as a series of dots (short sound) and dashes (long sound). Starting last week, a threat actor began utilizing Morse code to hide malicious URLs in their phishing form to bypass secure mail
  4. New phishing attack craftily impersonates genuine websites to target iPhone users Attackers reproduced browser features to make fake sites look genuine on mobile devices. Just like the previous campaign, this phishing attack relied on Facebook to lure victims. Weeks after a Facebook phishing campaign was found stealing user credentials, a similar phishing attack has been discovered that targets mobile devices. Antoine Vincent Jebara of Myki has yet again identified
  5. The Guardian's SecureDrop whistleblower submission site was targeted with a phishing page that attempted to harvest the unique "codenames" for sources who submitted information using the service. In addition, this phishing page promoted an Android app that allowed attackers to perform a variety of malicious activity on a victim's device. SecureDrop is a service that media organizations can install on the Tor network in order to allow whistleblowers or sources to submit anonymous information to journalists. For example, below is the legitimate Tor SecureDrop site for T
  6. The City of Burlington, Ontario, revealed Thursday that it fell prey to "a complex phishing email" that cost the City CAD $503,000 (around USD $375,000). Few details have yet been released. "To maintain the integrity of ongoing investigations, the City will not be commenting further at this time," it announced. Although the City describes the incident as a phishing fraud, it bears all the hallmarks of the business email compromise (BEC) genre of phishing. "On Thursday, May 23, the City of Burlington discovered it was a victim of fraud. A single transaction
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