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Attackers are targeting Microsoft Office 365 users with a Coinbase-themed attack, aiming to take control of their inboxes via OAuth. Office 365 users are receiving emails purporting to come from cryptocurrency platform Coinbase, which ask them to download updated Terms of Service via an OAuth consent app.
Up to 50,000 Office 365 users are being targeted by a phishing campaign that purports to notify them of a “missed chat” from Microsoft Teams. Researchers are warning of a phishing campaign that pretends to be an automated message from Microsoft Teams.
Researchers are warning of an ongoing Office 365 credential-phishing attack that's targeting the hospitality industry – and using visual CAPTCHAs to avoid detection and appear legitimate. ... The multiple CAPTCHAs serve as backups, in case the first one gets defeated by automated systems, said researchers.
Attackers gain read-only permissions to snoop around Office 365 accounts, including emails, contacts and more. An APT known as TA2552 has been spotted using OAuth2 or other token-based authorization methods to access Office 365 accounts, in order to steal users' contacts and mail.
Vulnerabilities ‘that have existed for years’ in WS-Trust could be exploited to attack other services such as Azure and Visual Studio.
Attackers check the victims' Office 365 credentials in real time as they are typed into the phishing landing page, by using authentication APIs.
The Russia-linked threat group is harvesting credentials for Microsoft's cloud offering, and targeting mainly election-related organizations.
Malicious attachments continue to be a top threat vector in the cybercriminal world, even as public awareness increases and tech companies amp up their defenses. While attachment threat vectors are one of the oldest malware-spreading tricks in the books, email users are still clicking on malicious attachments that hit their inbox, whether it’s a purported “job offer” or a pretend “critical invoice.”
Legacy applications don't support modern authentication — and cybercriminals know this.