Phishing Kit Targets US Shoppers

Phishing Kit Targets US Shoppers

Security experts at Akamai have discovered a campaign that uses an elaborate phishing kit. This campaign targets Americans using lures centered around holidays like Labor Day and Halloween. The kit combines several methods and employs several evasion detection techniques to prevent non-victims from visiting its phishing pages. One of the most intriguing aspects of the…

SaaS Phishing Attacks Are Increasing

SaaS Phishing Attacks Are Increasing

It’s getting easier than ever to conduct effective phishing campaigns thanks to the rise in popularity of SaaS platforms. A recently published report released by Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 revealed that the use of Software as a Service to conduct phishing attacks has surged by an incredible 1,100 percent between June 2021 and June…

Toyota T-Connect Database Exposed

Toyota T-Connect Database Exposed

On October 7, 2022, Toyota Motor Corporation made an announcement that the personal information of approximately 296,000 consumers had been compromised. The Toyota T-Connect system enables owners of Toyota automobiles to link their cell phones to their vehicles. By doing so, users can monitor the status of their engines, listen to music, navigate, and track…

New Phishing Service Is Targeting Banks

New Phishing Service Is Targeting Banks

Hackers are increasingly adopting practices that legitimate business owners will immediately recognize. Recently, a new PhaaS (Phishing as a Service) operation has surfaced that specifically targets major banks. These banks include Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citibank, Capital One, PNC, US Bank, Lloyds Bank, Santander, and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Snarkily named “Robin Banks,”…