[SANS ISC] “Serverless” Phishing Campaign

I published the following diary on isc.sans.edu: “‘Serverless’ Phishing Campaign“:

The Internet is full of code snippets and free resources that you can embed in your projects. SmtpJS is one of those small projects that are very interesting for developers but also bad guys. It’s the first time that I spot a phishing campaign that uses this piece of JavaScript code.

To launch a phishing campaign, most attackers deploy their phishing kits on servers (most of the time compromised). These kits contain the HTML code, images, CSS files, … but also scripts (often in PHP) to collect the information provided by the victim and store it into a flat file or send them to another service… [Read more]

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