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Morphixx Malvertising Credit Card Scam Attacks Japan, Europe, And The US

Morphixx Malvertising Credit Card Scam is a part of a Global Malicious Ad Campaign to Steal Credit Card Numbers and Potentially Generating $5 – 10 Billion in Duplicitous Credit Card Charges Globally GeoEdge security research team first uncovered the malicious Morphixx credit card scam attack ads in Europe in June, and a full-blown auto-redirect malvertising attack with millions of ad impressions was launched in Japan on August 15th and in the US on September 6th, which was thwarted by GeoEdge. Even before the COVID-19…

TechBytes with Alexander García-Tobar, CEO and Co-Founder, Valimail

How have anti-phishing technologies evolved in the last 2-3 years? The biggest advance in the past few years has been the rapid development, and adoption, of sender identity technologies. This is a direct response to the fact that the vast majority of phishing attacks (89%, according to a study by Barracuda) use impersonation, either of trusted brands or of a person the recipient knows. Fake identities make these phishing emails harder for traditional defenses to detect, and they often fool recipients completely.…