Top Words Used in Spear Phishing Attacks to Successfully Compromise Enterprise Networks and Steal Data

Top Words Used in Spear Phishing Attacks to Successfully Compromise Enterprise Networks and Steal Data

Aided by their targets’ porous defenses and unwitting end users, today’s cybercriminals are able to deliver advanced malware that exploits systems and enables a range of malicious activities. Much of this advanced malware is being delivered via emails with malicious file attachments. This report provides a look at the nature of the files cybercriminals are distributing and it describes the common words used in file names and file types that characterise this advanced malware, providing key insights for users and security teams looking to guard against advanced threats. This is a must read!
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