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Phishing Attacks

Beyond Email
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The Threat Landscape Has Changed.

Again.

Cybercriminals’ tactics are changing. With companies using more sophisticated security defenses such as NextGen AV and firewalls, endpoint security, SEGs, and more, hackers are going after the human attack surface with tactics that evade existing defenses by design.

It’s time to close the gap.

Catch Phishing Attacks
Before They Can Hook Your Employees

SlashNext is the industry’s first purpose-built solution for catching phishing threats outside of email. These increasingly
sophisticated HTML-based attacks are delivered from the Web via ads, pop-ups, browser extensions, and more.

Protect your employees from phishing threats that are
slipping through your existing defenses.

Why Businesses Choose SlashNext

Testimonials

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    'SlashNext has sparked the interest of more customers than just about any other product we’ve seen in the last 3-5 years. They catch the threats that other solutions miss or never see'.

    Tim Adams
    Sr. Technical Architect - IAS
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    'SlashNext is the first advanced threat security product that we have bought to actually find issues that our NextGen Firewall , Callback Attacks Prevention tools, and Anti-Virus all missed'.

    Raun Nohavitza
    Vice President of Information Technology
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    'All of our systems produce a lot of reports, but finding important information is like finding a needle in a haystack. The nice thing about SlashNext is that it only shows me the needles'.

    Kenny Gilbert
    CIO at InvenSense, Inc.
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    'SlashNext fills the space between the perimeter and the end point. It gives us a quick, clear understanding of what made it past our standard defenses without all the noise typically associated with malware detection and forensics'.

    Randolph Barr
    Chief Information Security Officer, Aryaka Networks

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Latest Posts From SlashNext Labs

  • Unlike malware and exploits, Phishing represent a much broader category of the threat landscape. They are not bound by a fixed set of rules and thus cannot be identified by a simple signature or static set of if-then-else sandbox rules. The end goal of a Phishing attack is to trick the target into clicking on …

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  • With cybersecurity defenses improving, threat actors are turning to socially engineered attacks to exploit human vulnerabilities with phishing. A phishing technique gaining popularity is the use of a “Replica Sign-in Page” for federated account logins. This tactic works by playing into the human brain’s characteristic (which gives priority to known visuals; meaning that the mind …

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  • SlashNext Labs recently discovered a new trend of injecting obfuscated malicious JavaScript code into compromised websites. These compromised websites then redirect visitors to dangerous Tech Support Scams. The methods used to compromise the site make it difficult for experts to identify the JavaScript injection hack because its tracks are hidden with several layers of JavaScript …

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  • A new ransomware is being spread, aptly named “Rapid” Ransomware, which mostly leverages a social engineering attack vector using spam emails with malicious attachments. Rapid encrypted files are renamed with a .rapid extension. A ransom note is dropped in a form of a text file which instructs the victim to email the attacker to restore the …

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  • To say hackers are becoming confident is an understatement. Recently SlashNext’s Threat Intelligence Lab uncovered a series of Phishing web sites that were set up to promote a variety of Global Events and luring victims to these web sites in that process. Some of notable events currently being targeted by these scammers are as follows: …

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