Not all phish are designed to target everyone, especially not analysts. Here's how threat actors use geoblocking to ensure their targets see it first.
Since September 21, PhishLabs analysts have detected a number of phishing sites hosted on emoji domains. Here's what we've learned so far.
As more websites obtain SSL certificates, the number of potential HTTPS websites available for compromise increases.
With all the attention given to more "exciting" attack vectors, phishing is often ignored. But when you look at the facts, that just doesn't make sense at all.