Phishing attacks have increased by 38 percent overall in Q2 2015, and the growth has been spurred partly by the ever-growing number and sophisticated types of phishing attacks specifically designed to gain access to corporate information.
Elastica discovered a new Google Drive-based advanced phishing campaign initiated by unknown attackers.
ESET researchers have discovered a new, ingenious, yet very simple Facebook phishing scheme: playable Android games that, before they are started, ask users to enter their Facebook credentials.
Security consultant Paul Moore has managed to register a domain that, at first glance, looks like that of UK-based Lloyds Bank, and get a valid TLS certificate for it from CloudFlare.
An unknown number of Expedia customers have been getting emails from the company, warning them about fraudulent emails or SMSes they might receive or might have already received, asking them to share personal or credit card data.
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