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2020 was a challenging year for many of us, as the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted life and introduced challenges in almost all elements of living. 2020 was also challenging from a cybersecurity point of view, as nearly the entire workforce moved to remote working and enterprise boundaries were never so vague, which introduced complexities on that end. As this year comes to an end, it's time to look back and highlight
Overview The phishing landscape is constantly evolving. Over the years, it has evolved into a more scalable threat, with an overwhelming amount of campaigns being launched daily. Phishing also changed when criminals started adding more capabilities and features to their toolkits, which make the phishing websites long lived and difficult to detect.
Overview Over a year ago, Akamai's threat research team published research regarding a widely-used phishing toolkit we referred to as the "Three Question Quiz". It's now time to review the evolution of the toolkit, the associated campaigns that we tracked in the wild, and the potential damage caused by those campaigns in the past year.
Researchers at Akamai have identified a new phishing campaign targeting users in Brazil who are worried about their finances during the COVID-19 epidemic. Over two weeks, we identified that the three-question quiz campaign successfully targeted more than 850,000 victims, scamming them out of personal information, and in some cases, convincing them to install Adware on their computer.
Recently, researchers at Akamai observed phishing attacks leveraging recycled kits in a series of campaigns taking advantage of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis. Phishing kits that have been previously deployed over the last several months are now being used again in order to reach a new pool of potential victims: those working from home due to self-isolation, mandated quarantine, or corporate policy during the pandemic.
Overview Being a Content Delivery Network (CDN) platform, sometimes you can see fractions of attacks on the wire. In this blog, we will focus on phishing websites that, while not being delivered by the Akamai platform, are referring to or redirecting victims to pages that are on Akamai's platform.
Overview Thanksgiving in the United States is considered by many to mark a good time of year to gain insight into enterprise access and threats. From an enterprise point of view, Thanksgiving is when many American users will be on vacation, but may still working from home, in some capacity. It's interesting to see users' access patterns as they pertain to enterprise applications, such as email or other SaaS platforms,