202025 Nov
One in 10 Black Friday emails may be malicious, global email protection leader Vade Secure warns
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Vade Secure protects one billion mailboxes around the world, allowing it to gather information about emerging threats in real time. The Vade Secure Current Events tracker allows sysadmins to monitor incoming emails to expose event-based and seasonal scams, including malware or phishing attacks. The most popular brand among scammers this year was Amazon, which accounted for the largest number of spoof emails identified by Vade Secure. Seasonal threats of this nature can be predicted and monitored more easily than surprise attacks, so sysadmins should be aware of the surge in Black Friday email exploits. “The rise of online shopping and home working has created new vectors for attackers, so security professionals need to guard carefully against new threats as they emerge.

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