Attacks are increasing, and hackers are using all your favorite productivity sites —Google, Dropbox, QuickBooks, PayPal and more. It’s one of the cleverer innovations, and given the scale of this attack thus far, it’s one of the most popular and effective.
Today we would like to share with you the attack brief where Check Point Harmony email researchers will discuss how hackers are using social engineering with a Dropbox domain, designed to elicit a user response and hand over credentials.
Email examples and techniques used to make users believe that the information they receive is true you can find here: https://blog.checkpoint.com/harmony-email/phishing-via-dropbox/
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