Recent phishing campaigns uncovered by Microsoft are using custom 404 error pages and search result poisoning to fool victims.
Japanese media conglomerate Nikkei is the latest victim of BEC scams, as companies continue to fall for this form of fraud.
New research from Google and the University of Florida shows that attackers use a variety of emotional triggers to trick victims into falling for their schemes.
Phishing is a numbers game—and the longer a kit remains hidden and active, the longer the attack can run and net more victims. The developers behind popular phishing kits are adopting best practices from the business world to streamline operations and make money.
Criminals Hosting Phishing Kits on GitHub