Remote workers have been targeted by up to 65,00 Google-branded impersonation attacks, according to a new study from cybersecurity specialist Barracuda Networks. This type of scam, called “spear phishing,” uses branded sites to trick victims into sharing their login credentials.
Barracuda detected nearly 100,000 form-based attacks between January 01 and April 30. Google file-sharing and storage websites were used in 65% of those attacks, Barracuda said. Microsoft brands were targeted in 13% of attacks.
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