Our quarterly phishing report places Microsoft in the top spot once again, while hackers played on fears and misfortunes driven by COVID-19.
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Facebook phishing is surging, and users are unknowingly fueling the fire by sharing data across Facebook and its millions of connected apps.
Phishers’ Favorites: Microsoft reclaims the #1 spot, file phishing spreads, and banks are exploited to harvest email passwords
Our latest Phishers’ Favorites report sees Microsoft back in the top spot thanks to booming business for Microsoft 365.
Bank of America phishing jumped 34% in 2019, making it the most spoofed bank of the year, but community banks emerged a popular new target.
Phishing pages are getting harder to spot. Now, hackers have a new trick for pulling brand favicons into phishing pages.
PayPal phishing spiked nearly 200 percent in 2019, thanks to a major business venture that sparked interest from hackers across the globe.
Phishing attempts are spiking thanks to the global rise in data leaks, and the personal information hackers possess increases their chances of success.
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PayPal leads the list of the most impersonated brands in phishing attacks, but Microsoft retains its position as the top corporate target.