Microsoft users are receiving phishing emails fraudulently claiming to be from mail couriers FedEx and DHL Express. However, malicious links within the message steal credentials from victims. The recent attacks targeted at least 10,000 Microsoft users, according to the tech giant. The scams used phishing pages hosted on legitimate domains
The online shopping and home delivery industries have experienced an influx over the past several weeks as people socially isolate and telecommute. Threat actors have been capitalizing on this recent adjustment, creating new scams luring victims through fake Coronavirus delivery issue emails. The emails contain malicious links or open malware.
Maersk Chief Information Security Officer Andrew Powell stated at Black Hat Europe 2019 that he believes that 600 countries across the globe were damaged by NotPetya around the time of the Maersk attack. He stated that any company doing business in Ukraine at the time of the attack was hit.
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