Shooting Phish in a Barrel

ISSA Theater 3 - Incident Response, Threat, IAM & Security Awareness Theatre

Thu 18th Oct 09:40 to 10:30

With millions of phishing Emails caught be spam filters and users properly trained by well-defined cybersecurity programs, it’s getting harder and harder to properly phish users. Spear phishers must come up with new and improved methods for increasing success. Typosquatting, doppelganger domains, and IDN homograph attacks will be explored and demonstrated during this presentation. Most fully patched modern browsers and Email systems are susceptible to these attacks. This talk will discuss the problem and how to avoid falling victim to some of the best recently discovered domain named based attacks designed to inject malware and steal your passwords. The goal of this presentation is to make IT and Security professionals aware of newly identified techniques used to get high click rates during phishing campaigns. The talk will introduce new research conducted using typosquatting, doppelganger domains, and IDN homograph attacks. Current research and demonstrations will show how the attacks working against current and patched applications.


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Michael Wylie Michael Wylie View Profile