Here are 6 phishing attack methods that do not rely solely on email along with a new phishing threat prevention solution designed to stop them.
Even though browser extensions act like web applications they aren’t always bound by the SOP that normally prevents web apps from accessing data from other web applications.
A recent Fortune article includes a video demo of a new automated phishing attack that hacks two-factor authentication (2FA).
A growing, and popular, phishing attack is one designed to steal credentials – mainly login data that can be used to gain access to applications, networks, and ultimately valuable data, and they are on the rise.
Osterman Research found that 51 percent of survey respondents said that email-based spear phishing was a concern or major concern. One of the reasons these spear phishing attacks are so successful is simply human nature.
Human fallibility and the blind spots in network security are no match for most cybersecurity protection because of latency. Real-time phishing detection is the only true solution in today’s threat landscape.
Today’s phishing attacks are sophisticated and even the most seasoned IT professionals are falling victim. Here are five phishing attack methods that fall outside of the email inbox that you need to be aware of.
In combination with other preventative measures, a real-time phishing site detection system should have a number of features to ensure that zero-hour phishing threats are detected quickly and without fail. Here are 9 features that your phishing prevention solution must have.
Today, while man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attacks are still a big concern, the security endpoint has changed to the browser, creating a MiTB phishing threat that poses real danger.