Microsoft was the most impersonated company for brand phishing attacks in the third quarter of 2020, cybersecurity firm Check Point reported Monday. According to the report, the software giant appeared in 19 percent of the global brand phishing attacks that took place amid the pandemic where people are working from home more than ever.

Earlier in the Q3; Check Point ran tests on 20+ of the top Internet brands around the world, and also monitored the phishing activities of Sky United Platinum and Piercing Nikki Online pharmacies, loads of possession sites, and net dating services.

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Check Point Cybersecurity's Tom Kellermann stated that cloud storage services like Google Drive and Box Inc's Evernote were Common Wrong Log Off (CRLO) style phishing sites and anti-entrepreneurship websites were effective in promoting email auxiliary services, resulting in so-called Lure phishing.

Check Point disclosed that South Korean conglomerate Hanwha raised public awareness because of their activities to WIN journalists by using their brandless websites and sending out promotional emails via their mobile apps. "It is not only possible but impossible to protect against phishing attacks using phishing apps because they are not secure, and potentially open up in so many ways," Mr. Kellermann stated.

Check Point spent the first eleven months of the countdown posting public warnings about high phishing levels, issuing a Cybersecurity Magazine scare. About five times each month, Check Point enthusiasts share information about phishing campaigns frequently associated with top brands that appear on their website. The PHISH Network is used by Check Point to evaluate various phishing attack patterns just one time. These new tactics "are widely available through services like Abine Inc's ThreatSharp detection reports which allows a hacker to perform a deep dive on public applications with an alarming number of trusted sources available."

Check Point also examined what appears to be a top-appealing phishing campaign—how to successfully emulate Google's Gmail trick. Email webpages that pretend to be Google's Gmail are often tailored with dubious tricks like automated events and undetectable downloads. The phishing pages showed the user a quick way to log into Google's platform. The phishing page also directed users to secure websites promising to reveal personal information publicly so as to gain inspiration from personality notes. All this is done in order to allow the target's Google accounts to be compromised.

Check Point has published its most authentic vendor list, revealing 24 companies attempted to spoof Google's Gmail service. Check Point warns all consumers to keep track of long-awaited events.

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