New phishing attack easily bypasses MFA

This is a scary one, only real solution is for your users to stay diligent. It’s worth reading the entire article but basically the phishing attack uses man-in-the-middle to trick you into authenticating with MFA, so it can steal a session cookie and login without you later (without a password or MFA). The other really interesting part is its ability to filter connections from bots and other analysis tools that URL filtering companies use to see if a link is malicious. It’s a cat-and-mouse game, no doubt the security vendors will figure out a way to keep them on their toes. Be sure your security training and phishing test campaigns are on point.


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