Author Topic: Phishing Attacks Evolve as Detection & Response Capabilities Improve  (Read 79 times)

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BY: Jai Vijayan

Social engineering scam continued to be preferred attack vector last year, but attackers were forced to adapt and change.

The growing sophistication of tools and techniques for protecting people against phishing scams is forcing attackers to adapt and evolve their methods.

A Microsoft analysis of data collected from users of its products and services between January 2018 and the end of December showed phishing was the top attack vector for yet another year. The proportion of inbound emails containing phishing messages surged 250% between the beginning and end of 2018. Phishing emails were used to distribute a wide variety of malware, including zero-day payloads.

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