Posts Tagged 'Phishing'
Admit it. Social media has made your world a little smaller—and it’s all in the palm of your hands. Our online personas keep us connected with friends from all corners of our lives—sometimes that list of friends and followers reaches the hundreds, even thousands. From those we knew in high school, to old colleagues and […]
Every year, sporting events around the world become a desirable target for cyber criminals preying on unsuspecting tourists, many of which are browsing for information online and using various WiFi hotspots that make them vulnerable to data theft. There are a number of factors that make these types of events appealing to cyber criminals, the […]
Yesterday at work, I received a call on my cell phone while in a meeting and did not answer. The number was not familiar, but the caller left a little present, a tax fraud phishing voicemail. These calls were very common as recently as six months ago and a huge annoyance to people in California and […]
Last week I went to one of the few places hotter than it is here in Texas: Las Vegas. Every year, the security industry gathers together for a week of education, demonstration and socialization at Black Hat, DefCon and BSides. A lot of people in the industry use these conferences as a time to reveal […]
Protected View is a security feature of Microsoft Office. According to research from MWR Labs, Protected View mode is a strong application-level sandbox. In a real-world attack scenario, Office documents from the Internet, such as downloaded documents from browsers (Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer), or attachments received on emails clients (such as Outlook), are opened by default in […]