• Spear phishing attack led to ICANN compromise

    Attackers used spear phishing emails to swipe credentials from several ICANN staff members and accessed the non-profit organization's systems.

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  • Spear phishing still popular, but more watering hole attacks coming

    A report from CrowdStrike shows spear phishing remains popular in targeted attacks, but that watering hole attacks are gaining favor.

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  • Expert: FIN4 phishing attacks show new operational sophistication

    According to one expert, the FIN4 attack group's successful advanced phishing operations prove that phishing attacks can't be thwarted solely with user awareness training.

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  • Throw users a line to thwart an email phishing attack

    Phishing attacks are the most popular causes of data breaches in the enterprise. Here are three reasons why.

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  • What measures do you have in place to prevent phishing attacks in your Exchange setup?

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  • Sophisticated phishing: How to stay safe and save money

    Enterprises must protect themselves from sophisticated attacks that can escape notice by host-based detection systems. Here's how.

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  • phishing

    Phishing is an e-mail fraud method in which the perpetrator sends out legitimate-looking email in an attempt to gather personal and financial information from recipients.

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  • Thinking fast-flux: New bait for advanced phishing tactics

    Bot herders haven't made millions of dollars by relying on yesterday's botnet techniques. In fact, the bad guys have found an innovative new way to leverage thousands of drone machines; it's called fast flux, and it makes even the largest botnets much harder to take down. Ed Skoudis reviews the...

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  • Whaling attacks: Taking phishing attacks to the next level

    Whaling attacks take phishing to the next level with much bigger targets. Enterprise threats expert Nick Lewis explains how to mitigate the risk.

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  • Security woes old (worms) and new (phishing)

    Phishing may have IT security administrators worried, but it's the old threats that will pose the most dangerous security risks during the rest of 2004, said Anton Chuvakin, senior security analyst for netForensics, an Edison, N.J.-based security information management company. Keeping abreast of...

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