How phishers phish
Phishing

How phishers phish

If you believe the hype, the world’s cyber criminals have huge collections of as-yet-unknown zero-day vulnerabilities hidden away, waiting to unleash on the world.

But Steve Manzuik,  Director of Security Research at Michigan-based security startup Duo Security, says in reality that’s just not the case

“Attackers are pretty lazy, they're not going to do things if they don't have to. If phishing is working, why wouldn't they keep doing it?”

 

The phishing problem

While the rewards of finding a genuine zero-day vulnerability can be extremely high, that’s because finding them is extremely difficult, and often they only have a limited window of usefulness once used.

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Dan is Senior Staff Writer at IDG Connect. Writes about all manner of tech from driverless cars, AI, and Green IT to Cloudy stuff, security, and IoT. Dislikes autoplay ads/videos and garbage written about 'milliennials'.  

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