[HackerNews] Researchers Demonstrate New Way to Detect MITM Phishing Kits in the Wild

No fewer than 1,220 Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) phishing websites have been discovered as targeting popular online services like Instagram, Google, PayPal, Apple, Twitter, and LinkedIn with the goal of hijacking users’ credentials and carrying out further follow-on attacks.
The findings come from a new study undertaken by a group of researchers from Stony Brook University and Palo Alto Networks,

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With Microsoft’s announcement of Windows 11 today, they also revealed that users would soon be able to run Android apps directly on the desktop. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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