A good example and one we see regularly is CEO fraud where the victim receives an email from what looks like is their boss with the attacker asking for an urgent funds transfers. The scary part is they seem to know when your boss is out of the office! Our partner has a free test […]
Keyloggers refer to malware installed on your computer and used to capture keystrokes from the keyboard. The information is sent to the hacker’s server who will extract passwords and other credentials.
In session hijacking, the phisher exploits the web session control mechanism to steal information from the user. In a simple session hacking procedure known as session sniffing, the phisher can use a sniffer to intercept relevant information so that he or she can access the Web server illegally. By scanning your website we can detect pages […]
Phishing is the process of attempting to acquire sensitive personal information such as account details e.g. usernames, passwords and credit card details by masquerading as a trustworthy source using emails which evade your organization’s spam filters. Emails claiming to be from your colleagues, social media sites, Microsoft etc. are commonly used to trick you into thinking […]