March Madness signals opening of phishing season

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March 20, 2019
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“Typically, an organizer will send out links from a sports-centric website to the interested participants to allow them to join a group. This creates a situation where the participant may be unaware of the authenticity or safety of the website for the link sent by the organizer, making their personal data vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks, hidden redirects and website forgery,” says Mike Banic, VP of marketing at Vectra.

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