Catch of the Day: Phishing Test
Chef’s Special: Fax Phish
Examples of clever phish that made it past my spam filters and into my Inbox, or from clients, or reliable sources on the Internet.
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As an employee of a cybersecurity training company, I guess I have to expect to be phished by my own employer periodically. Here’s one I got this week. Want to run phishing tests against your own staff? Contact Infosec, This is only a test….
This is a simple credential stealing operation. The link resolves to https://wit-ar.pl/main.php#Ym9iQHd5emd1eXMuY29 and is redirected to http://daklekkage-overijssel.nl/OWA/[truncated]. VirusTotal reported the original link as phishing, but nothing on the second link.
Here is the landing page. An Outlook.com credential harvesting page.
If you got someone else’s “free offer” in what looked like a misdirected message, would you take a peek? Be sure to see the article on Sophos for the entire exploit description.