Hackers impersonating emails from banks to spread malware to customers’ devices

Hackers impersonating emails from banks to spread malware to customers’ devices

Hackers impersonating emails from banks to spread malware to customers' devices

Security researchers have discovered a new phishing campaign where hackers are impersonating secure messages from banks and other financial institutions.

Hackers are hiding malicious codes in emails sent to customers of major banks and financial institutions to obtain sensitive details.

Researchers at security firm Barracuda have uncovered a new phishing campaign being conducted by cyber criminals on customers of major banks and other financial institutions.

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