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Subdomain spoofers turning to ‘trusted’ brand LinkedIn to spam users
LinkedIn has become the target of a new phishing campaign, and the company is powerless to block the attacks in the traditional ways.
Proofpoint unveils the biggest cyber threat hotspots from Q4 2016
Q4 2016 saw the biggest malicious email campaign yet, which was 6.7 times bigger than Q3. Both campaigns were all about the notorious Locky.
Phishing scammers target PayPal in very well crafted attack, Proofpoint finds
Scammers are finding increasingly cunning ways to capitalise on the reach and popularity of the world’s global brands. This time PayPal is the target.
Twitter users beware: Phishers target account verification in latest attacks
Twitter is now the target of a phishing attack that uses methods to trick brand managers and social influencers into fake account verification.
Yahoo's 1bn user data breach: Everything you should know
"No one should have faith in Yahoo at this point and might very well affect the $4.8 billion Verizon deal.”
Snapchat users take care - security predictions for 2017
“Snapchat has become one of the hottest social networking and communication platforms."
New ScanPOS Point-of-Sale malware heavily targets hospitality sector
Proofpoint researchers have discovered a Point-of-Sale malware that is targeting organisations worldwide, including those in Australia.
Proofpoint uncovers new MarsJoke ransomware, then Kaspersky finds the fix
"While it hasn't reached the scale of an average Locky attack, combined with the known targeting, this MarsJoke campaign is significant."
How a Microsoft Edge hole spread 'malvertising' & stayed off the radar
Proofpoint and Trend Micro have discovered a large-scale 'malvertising' campaign through Microsoft Edge, enacted by threat actors known as AdGholas.
Pokemon GO sideloaders potentially risking world full of nasties
Pokemon GO is taking New Zealand and Australia by storm - but there's a downside - malware attackers can quickly create a storm too.