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Jan 2023: Compensation-Themed Phishing Lures Harvest Microsoft Credentials
Threat Alert: What to Watch For Cybercriminals have launched a series of phishing attacks using timely email phishing lures related to annual compensation reviews and bonuses. The phishing emails encourage recipients to click a lure to confirm a payment-related change.
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Steps to follow Report anything that causes concern Immediately contact the UCSF Service Desk to report an information security problem or a possible or potential information security problem. Phone: 415-514-4100 Email: [email protected] Web: http://help.ucsf.edu
Nov 2022: Amazon-Themed Lures Distributed Via Zoom
Threat Alert: What to Watch For Cybercriminals have launched a series of malicious email attacks impersonating an Amazon package order confirmation. The attack uses Amazon-branded emails delivered from a Zoom sending address, as threat actors are abusing Zoom’s infrastructure. The emails prompt recipients to click a link to download an invoice for order details.
Dec 2022: HIPAA-Related Lures
Threat Alert: What to Watch For Cybercriminals have launched a series of phishing attacks impersonating the legitimate law firm, including Latham & Watkins.
Nov 2022: Twitter-Themed Lures Used in Credential Phishing Attacks
Threat Alert: What to Watch For Cybercriminals have launched phishing attacks impersonating Twitter Services. The emails include links to lookalike landing pages that are designed to steal Twitter credentials and phone numbers. While the email display names make it appear the messages come from “Twitter Services,” the actual sending address is a Gmail account. The emails use the proposed change at Twitter of charging verified users a monthly fee to maintain their verification status.
Nov 2022: Recruitment Company Michael Page Impersonated in Job-Themed Lures
Threat Alert: What to Watch For Cybercriminals have launched a series of phishing attacks against individuals in the UK impersonating the recruitment company Michael Page.
Nov 2022: Shopping and Shipping Themed Mobile Attacks Likely to Ramp in Coming Weeks
Holiday-Related Phishing Attacks: What You Need to Know Every year, as the holiday shopping season approaches, holiday-themed phishing attacks rise. Attackers know the season brings a high volume of ecommerce activity—and related notifications.
Overview Most of us have received unsolicited email at one time or another. Most of the time, we just delete the message and get on with our lives. However, there may be times when some of the content of this email is so offensive or so obviously an illegal scam that we ask ourselves, "How do these people get my address, and what can I do to stop this?" Good question. Let's first examine how spammers may get your address. How do spammers and marketers get my address?
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