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Over the last year, law enforcement has been warning companies and individuals about business email compromise schemes, which are also called CEO fraud.These schemes often start with attackers stealing the email credentials of a top executive through phishing or other methods.
DataBreach, www.databreachtoday.com - 08/28/2019
Malicious actors are becoming very skilled at exploiting popular online services that enjoy the familiarity and trust of millions of users. And the phishing emails landing in users' inboxes are, likewise, becoming ever more dangerous and difficult to detect.
KnowBe4, www.knowbe4.com - 08/24/2019
These emails should never be clicked on or responded to as they are designed to harvest working email addresses or to perform some other type of scam.
Bleeping Computer, www.bleepingcomputer.com - 08/14/2019