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    security Cybercriminals impersonating brands using search engine advertisement services to defraud users

    'Tis the season for bad actors and cybercriminals it seems. The FBI is warning the public that cybercriminals are using search engine advertisement services to impersonate brands and direct users to malicious sites that host ransomware and steal login credentials and other financial...
  2. News

    security Cybercriminals impersonating brands using search engine advertisement services to defraud users

    'Tis the season for bad actors and cybercriminals it seems. The FBI is warning the public that cybercriminals are using search engine advertisement services to impersonate brands and direct users to malicious sites that host ransomware and steal login credentials and other financial...
  3. News

    news Why Domain Seizure May Not Stop Money Mule Recruitment Campaigns

    In the realm of cybersecurity, seizing domains, unfortunately, doesn’t always mean the end for the threats they pose. Such could be the case for the 18 domains U.S. law enforcement agents recently took offline for their ties to a money mule recruitment operation reported by Bleeping...
  4. News

    news Why Domain Seizure May Not Stop Money Mule Recruitment Campaigns

    In the realm of cybersecurity, seizing domains, unfortunately, doesn’t always mean the end for the threats they pose. Such could be the case for the 18 domains U.S. law enforcement agents recently took offline for their ties to a money mule recruitment operation reported by Bleeping...
  5. Lox

    domains Akamai flagged 79M domains as malicious in the first half of 2022

    Akamai researchers have flagged almost 79 million domains as malicious in the first half of 2022, based on a newly observed domain dataset. This equals approximately 13 million malicious domains per month, and represents 20.1% of all the NODs that successfully resolved. To get an idea of what...
  6. Lox

    domains Akamai flagged 79M domains as malicious in the first half of 2022

    Akamai researchers have flagged almost 79 million domains as malicious in the first half of 2022, based on a newly observed domain dataset. This equals approximately 13 million malicious domains per month, and represents 20.1% of all the NODs that successfully resolved. To get an idea of what...
  7. Lox

    domains Crypto scams: fake domains grows five-fold in H1 2022

    According to Group-IB, 63% of the new fraudulent domain names were registered with Russian registrars, but the fake websites are primarily designed to target English and Spanish-speaking crypto investors in the US and other countries. The researchers also compiled a list of the most popular...
  8. Lox

    domains Crypto scams: fake domains grows five-fold in H1 2022

    According to Group-IB, 63% of the new fraudulent domain names were registered with Russian registrars, but the fake websites are primarily designed to target English and Spanish-speaking crypto investors in the US and other countries. The researchers also compiled a list of the most popular...
  9. equity78

    domains CyberSecurityJobs.com becomes the largest Keyword-Jobs reported sale of all time $205K

    CyberSecurityJobs.com becomes the largest Keyword-Jobs reported sale of all time Cyber Security is an important and highly competitive industry. The need for professionals in this field grows monthly. CyberSecurityJobs.com sold for $205,000 today at Sedo. The domain now forwards to the .net...
  10. equity78

    domains CyberSecurityJobs.com becomes the largest Keyword-Jobs reported sale of all time $205K

    CyberSecurityJobs.com becomes the largest Keyword-Jobs reported sale of all time Cyber Security is an important and highly competitive industry. The need for professionals in this field grows monthly. CyberSecurityJobs.com sold for $205,000 today at Sedo. The domain now forwards to the .net...
  11. Lox

    domains There are more malicious domains online than ever before

    Thousands of new domains are registered everyday so that businesses and individuals can build websites but new research from Palo Alto Networks has revealed that cybercriminals often register malicious domains years before they intend to actually use them. The cybersecurity firm's Unit 42 first...
  12. Lox

    domains There are more malicious domains online than ever before

    Thousands of new domains are registered everyday so that businesses and individuals can build websites but new research from Palo Alto Networks has revealed that cybercriminals often register malicious domains years before they intend to actually use them. The cybersecurity firm's Unit 42 first...
  13. Lox

    domains Bots Use Domain Registration Services for Mass Account Fraud

    Jason Kent, hacker-in-residence at Cequence Security, discusses sneaky shopping bot tactics (i.e., domain parking) seen in a mass campaign, and what retail security teams can do about them. While researching a recent large-scale bot campaign with CQ Prime Threat Research team lead, Dean...
  14. Lox

    domains Bots Use Domain Registration Services for Mass Account Fraud

    Jason Kent, hacker-in-residence at Cequence Security, discusses sneaky shopping bot tactics (i.e., domain parking) seen in a mass campaign, and what retail security teams can do about them. While researching a recent large-scale bot campaign with CQ Prime Threat Research team lead, Dean...
  15. Lox

    domains ICANN-accredited registrar Provides Bulletproof Services to Cyberattackers

    Bulletproof hosting (BPH) is a collection of service offerings catering to internet-based criminal activity. Shinjiru is another example frequently appearing in threat infrastructure. The Malaysian hosting company shields its customers and their web content and servers from takedown requests...
  16. Lox

    domains ICANN-accredited registrar Provides Bulletproof Services to Cyberattackers

    Bulletproof hosting (BPH) is a collection of service offerings catering to internet-based criminal activity. Shinjiru is another example frequently appearing in threat infrastructure. The Malaysian hosting company shields its customers and their web content and servers from takedown requests...
  17. Future Sensors

    security Top 12 Cybersecurity Regulations in the Financial industry

    Top 12 Cybersecurity Regulations in the Financial industry The proliferation of cyberattacks targeting the financial sector has forced the establishment of several mandatory cybersecurity regulations. Though often considered an unnecessary burden on security teams, regulatory compliance is one...
  18. Future Sensors

    security Top 12 Cybersecurity Regulations in the Financial industry

    Top 12 Cybersecurity Regulations in the Financial industry The proliferation of cyberattacks targeting the financial sector has forced the establishment of several mandatory cybersecurity regulations. Though often considered an unnecessary burden on security teams, regulatory compliance is one...
  19. Future Sensors

    security Phishing attacks: defending your organisation (NCSC UK)

    Phishing attacks: defending your organisation (NCSC UK) "Phishing attacks: defending your organisation" provides a multi-layered set of mitigations to improve your organisation's resilience against phishing attacks, whilst minimising disruption to user productivity. The defences suggested in...
  20. Future Sensors

    security Phishing attacks: defending your organisation (NCSC UK)

    Phishing attacks: defending your organisation (NCSC UK) "Phishing attacks: defending your organisation" provides a multi-layered set of mitigations to improve your organisation's resilience against phishing attacks, whilst minimising disruption to user productivity. The defences suggested in...

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