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By Peter Loshin News Sep 08, 2016

Dropbox breach may be fueling phishing campaigns

Phishing campaigns appear to be gearing up as email addresses and hashed passwords for more than 68 million Dropbox accounts circulate on dark web sites. Continue Reading


By Simon Quicke Mar 07, 2016

PhishMe ramps up channel activity

Security player PhishMe is formalising its channel programme and rolling out a specific product for partners to pitch to the SME audience Continue Reading


By Michael Heller News Mar 16, 2016

Phishing campaign takes ransomware attacks to a global scale

Research has uncovered ransomware attacks that begin with a sophisticated phishing campaign hitting users around the globe. Continue Reading


By Nick Lewis Evaluate Feb 01, 2016

How does the new voicemail phishing scam work?

A new phishing scam uses voicemail notification emails to spread malware. Expert Nick Lewis explains how this attack works and how enterprises can prevent it. Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford Mar 24, 2016

Phishing attack at US retailer underlines need for proactive security

Security experts say a phishing attack on US retailer Sprouts Farmers Market shows the need to educate employees and correctly configure IT systems Continue Reading


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By Kevin Beaver Get Started Jun 09, 2015

What to include in an Exchange Server phishing test

Use these guidelines to test how secure your Exchange Server setups actually are. Continue Reading


By Rob Wright News Jan 19, 2016

'LostPass' phishing attack targets LastPass credentials

A new proof-of-concept attack presented at ShmooCon 2016 exploits security weaknesses in cloud-based password manager LastPass and could allow attackers to gain control of users' accounts. Continue Reading


By Nick Lewis Manage Sep 17, 2015

How can phishing emails spoofing TLDs be avoided?

Attackers have found a loophole in SPF verification and are using the .gov top-level domain to trick users with phishing emails. Expert Nick Lewis explains how to defend against the threat. Continue Reading


By Peter Loshin News Oct 23, 2015

Google to adopt strictest DMARC policy to fight spam, phishing

News roundup: Google to implement strictest DMARC policy in anti-phishing campaign. Plus: CISA is coming, the health care industry is lagging and SHA-1 is failing. Continue Reading