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Concealed cyber crime gang uncovered
Targets lucrative industries, hosted on Dropbox.
Jul 2 2014 6:40AM
Social engineering threat tops infosec risks: ASD
Agencies told to avoid bait.
Mar 18 2014 6:14AM
'Spear phisher' proves why you should be skeptical of LinkedIn updates
Trusteer experiment found half of social networkers would go to a landing page if asked.
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Email services that failed to block spear phishing message revealed
Outlook Express and IronPort amongst those breached.
Jan 8 2010 12:22PM
Major smartphone brands fall to spear phishing experiment
Smartphones are falling to spear phishing campaigns after they receive a fake LinkedIn invitation from 'Bill Gates'.
Oct 30 2009 9:58AM
Spear phishing now greatest threat to companies
Client-side vulnerabilities the biggest risk, warns report.
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23 per cent of users fall for spear phishing
A new study found that 23 per cent of people worldwide will fall for spear phishing attacks.
Mar 11 2009 10:36AM
10,000 LinkedIn users targeted in spear phishing attack
A LinkedIn "spear phishing" email scam loaded malicious software to steal usernames and passwords.
Oct 10 2008 9:48AM
STMicroelectronics sharpens its Spear
STMicroelectronics has unveiled a customisable 65nm chip as part of its Spear configurable system-on-chip platform..
May 28 2008 12:00PM
Spear phishers target US students
A new spear phishing attack is targeting the email accounts of US university students.
Feb 5 2008 3:25PM
IRS spear phishing scam targets corporate executives
The IRS and malware researchers warned this week of spear phishing scams specifically targeting corporate executives.
Jun 4 2007 9:50AM
Spear phishing reaches epidemic proportions
The global plague of highly targeted "spear phishing" is reaching epidemic proportions with new research claiming that some firms are even resorting to launching fake attacks against their own employees to test network security levels.
Oct 26 2005 11:55AM
User education key defense against spear phishing
Educating users about "spear phishing" by testing them via mock phishing drills can help protect organizations against the new trend in online crime, experts said Wednesday.
Aug 17 2005 10:04PM
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