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KillPhish Version 2.0 is Live

PhishingBox today released KillPhish Version 2.0. The version update addresses previous issues while adding to the already robust plugin.

PhishingBox Helps Solve the False Positive Dilemma

Announcing the Release of Advanced Human Detection (AHD) Functionality  Lexington, Kentucky, October 11, 2021: PhishingBox is excited to announce the addition of Advanced Human Detection (AHD) to the platform.  This update will help security professionals save time by minimizing false positives caused by security and other anti-phishing software.  AHD uses many data poi...

Spear Phishing Attacks are moving to LinkedIn

However, things might have become more dangerous because these job offers are now the target of cyber criminals. Early this week, security firm eSentire warned LinkedIn users of a new Spear Phishing attack.

Who Trains the Teacher on Phishing?

A new report by the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center found that publicly disclosed cybersecurity incidents affected 377 school networks in 40 states in 2020, with 36% percent of the incidents identified as data breaches or leaks.

PhishingBox Trust Center Now Available

PhishingBox knows that vendor due diligence is critical in selecting a service provider. As such, PhishingBox has developed the Trust Center to outline its key security and compliance practices.

Local Election Officials Targeted with Suspicious Email

A report in the Wall Street Journal on October 26th described incidences of election officials within the U.S. at the local level being sent suspicious emails which appear to be purposefully targeting them due to their position within their states.

CenturyLink Outage Affecting 3.5% of the Internet

On Sunday August 30th, 2020 CenturyLink suffered a major outage which affected numerous internet companies including Amazon, Twitter, Microsoft via Xbox Live, EA, Blizzard, Steam, Discord, Reddit, Hulu, NameCheap, OpenDNS, and many others.

Microsoft Warns About Consent Phishing Applications

A new post by the Microsoft security team warns about a new type of phishing attack vector targeting users. Consent Phishing, as they refer to it as, targets users by asking for an egregious amount of permissions from Single-Sign-On applications.