The APT is pairing a known Microsoft flaw with a malicious document to load malware that nabs credentials from Chrome, Firefox and Edge browsers.
A reported a “potentially dangerous piece of functionality” allows an attacker to launch an attack on cloud infrastructure and ransom files stored in SharePoint and OneDrive.
Attackers are targeting a number of key vertical markets in the U.S. with the active campaign, which impersonates the organization and Microsoft to lift Office365 and Outlook log-in details.
One well crafted phishing message sent via Facebook Messenger ensnared 10 million Facebook users and counting.
In response to a comment about the Prophet Mohammed, a hacktivist group in Malaysia has unleashed a wave of cyber attacks in India.
Upsurge in the tourism industry after the COVID-19 pandemic grabs the attention of cybercriminals to scam the tourists.
Researchers demonstrated a possible way to track individuals via Bluetooth signals.
A government-aligned attacker tried using a Microsoft vulnerability to attack U.S. and E.U. government targets.
Deja-Vu data from this year’s DBIR report feels like we are stuck in the movie ‘Groundhog Day.’
The cybercriminal group is distancing itself from its previous branding by shifting tactics and tools once again in an aim to continue to profit from its nefarious activity.