Over the last few months, the Zimperium zLabs team has been actively monitoring the rise in phishing attacks and some new data started to stand out. While phishing has predominantly been device-agnostic, meaning it did not rely on or change based on the operating system or device type, a trend began to emerge showing an … Read More
A massive data leak revealed an iOS spyware malware called Pegasus had been used by authoritative governments to target over 50,0000 journalists, activists, and legal professionals from over 50 countries. Pegasus, which was produced and distributed by the Israeli surveillance company NSO Group, is malware that infects iPhone devices enabling attackers to steal critical and … Read More
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Nearly 75% used AT&T or AT&T and Yahoo logos Scammers – masquerading as more than 25 different companies, brands and government agencies – used 265 Google Forms in an effort to steal user passwords and credentials. According to our findings, the links remained active for several months after being added to public phishing databases. All … Read More
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