Cybercriminals evolving their tactics to exploit collective human interest


Cybercriminals evolving their tactics to exploit collective human interest


Phishing activity increased significantly in the first few months of 2020, taking advantage of pandemic-induced product shortages and increased usage of streaming services, OpenText reveals. For the first time, eBay topped the list of brands most targeted for impersonations, with 31.1% of all phishing attacks in the month of February impersonating eBay. In March, phishing activity surged among streaming services YouTube (3064%), Netflix (525%) and Twitch (337%). “Gathered from over 285 million real-world endpoints and … More →

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