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New York Times Gets It Wrong: Phishing Does Hurt Us All

The teaser appearing in the bottom corner of the New York Times print edition's Sunday Business ...
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A Dangerous Blend of Phishing Methods

In recent phishing attacks targeting Cyveillance and numerous other organizations, cyber criminals ...
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Cyveillance Testing Finds Leading AV Vendors Not Keeping Pace with Influx of Malware and Phishing Attacks

Antivirus and Anti-Phishing Tools Provide Inadequate Detection of Cyber Attacks During Critical ...
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Phishers Continue to Innovate

In a recent phishing attack discovered by Cyveillance, cyber criminals used an individual Web site ...
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Software Updates Used as Phishing Bait

Phishers have been targeting software updates to distribute malicious software (malware). In the ...
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LookingGlass sees phishing attacks against ISPs on the rise

During the past couple of weeks Cyveillance has noticed an increase in the amount of phishing ...
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Another Contrary Perspective – Recent Reports of “Over-Phishing” Are Flawed

In their recent paper “A Profitless Endeavor – Phishing as Tragedy of the Commons” Cormac ...
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Do browser features from Microsoft, Google, Mozilla, and Apple provide adequate protection against phishing attacks?

To better understand the daily risks consumers face from phishing attacks, Cyveillance test sampled ...
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Phish-Pharming: Using social engineering to hijack domains at the source

Recently, there have been several high-profile incidents involving a novel combination of ...
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A Contrary Perspective – Forced Data Sharing Will Decrease Performance and Reduce Protection

By Eric Olson, Vice-President, Cyveillance, Inc. The following post is in response to a ...