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CATEGORY ARCHIVES: phishing

(Stay Alert) Inside E-Mail Compromise: What Small & Medium Businesses Need to Know

Recently, we were contacted regarding two different incidents of Business Email Compromise (BEC), where there was an attempt to redirect wire transfers from individuals to another bank account. One was successful and the victim lost six figures, one was interdicted because of an attentive individual who picked up the phone to ask, “Uh, are you sure this is right?” This kind of fraud is increasing and are more specifically targeted towards smaller firms and individuals trying to redirect high-dollar transactions.

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2020 Census Target of Security Threats & 3 Critical Factors to Know

As people start thinking about completing the upcoming United States census online, security concerns have emerged. While there are unique threats to the Census because of the impact it has on budgeting and government, these concerns tell us a great deal about the security concerns of doing business online.

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BrightTALK Webcast: December 13. John Bambenek Talks Predictions for 2019's Threat Landscape.

As part of BrightTALK's 2019 Trends and Predictions Webcast series, ThreatSTOP's VP of Security and Research, John Bambenek, is talking specifically about social engineering and phishing on this December 13th episode. Check out the details here:

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Attackers Are Targeting Healthcare: Here's 4 Things You Need to Do Now

In the third quarter of 2018 alone, 4.4 million patient records were compromised across 117 disclosed health data breaches. This shows that health care continues to be targeted by criminals. The largest breach was UnityPoint, with 1.4 million records compromised.

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Zloader/Terdot – That Man in the Middle

The ZeuS malware family was first seen in July 2007, and is the poster child for long-lasting bots. Zbot, one of the aliases of ZeuS, has a familial relation to Terdot. When ZeuS's source code leaked in 2011 bad actors jumped at the chance to start updating its capabilities based on their campaigns. One of these offspring was Terdot. MalwareBytes has made a study of the ZeuS family, and have noted a recent increase in Terdot/Zloader infections.

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El Machete Malware is Still "Sharp"

In the rapid cycle rise and disappearance of malware campaigns, there are only a few campaigns that last for several years. One of these, is the El Machete malware, which was first discovered by Kaspersky, and is thought to have been active since 2010.

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BankBot and BankBotAlpha – Banking Android Malware

BankBot is a malware targeting Android OS, and has appeared in the Google Play Store in different forms, often impersonating well-known application icons or names.

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