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"The rise of AIT scams:  How fraudsters are undermining text passwords."

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July 27, 2023

The rise of AIT scams: how fraudsters are undermining text passcodes

Artificial inflation of traffic scams are on the rise, siphoning revenue away from companies almost imperceptibly. Awareness of how they work and taking the proper precautions can help defend against them.
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VEC campaign targets critical infrastructure firms with invoice fraud attack

Threat actor compromised five different vendor email accounts and delivered email attacks to 15 individuals across five customer organizations.
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OpSec slip-up reveals the threat actor behind JumpCloud hack

Mandiant research has attributed the hack to UNC4899, a Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) threat actor, with a history of targeting companies within the cryptocurrency vertical.
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Lazarus group exploits Windows IIS servers to distribute malware

If a system has a vulnerable version of INISAFE CrossWeb EX V3 installed on it, it must be uninstalled and updated to the latest version, according to ASEC.
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Has generative AI quietly ushered in a new era of shadow IT on steroids?

New benefits of generative AI are being revealed daily. But will free tools such as ChatGPT also usher in a flood of users deploying a new powerful breed of shadow IT that leads to data breaches?
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TitanHQ announces new web protection and filtering capabilities

WebTitan and SpamTitan receive major updates to allow a suite of new features for DNS filtering and phishing protection.
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