Application security, Malware, Phishing

New phishing scam preys on military, families

A new phishing campaign attempts to steal money from members of USAA, a banking and insurance firm for U.S. military members and their families, researchers at email security firm AppRiver warned Tuesday. Researchers have noticed heavy traffic related to the spam run, whose messages include a link that directs users to a fake USAA login page, Troy Gill, security analyst at AppRiver, wrote in a blog post. The company has discovered more than 1,500 unique domains being used in the attack. — AM

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