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[SANS ISC] Phishing 101: why depend on one suspicious message subject when you can use many?, (Thu, Sep 16th)

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There are many e-mail subjects that people tend to associate with phishing due to their overuse in this area. Among the more traditional and common phishing subjects, that most people have probably seen at some point, are variations on the “Your account was hacked”, “Your mailbox is full”, “You have a postal package waiting”, “Here […]

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[ZDNet] Get unlimited StackSkills courses, a VPN lifetime sub, and a password manager for just $50

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[SecurityWeek] Iranian Hackers Impersonate British Scholars in Recent Campaign

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In a recent attack campaign, the Iran-linked threat actor tracked as TA453 has been posing as UK scholars with the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) to engage targets of interest and steal their credentials, security researchers with Proofpoint reveal. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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