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Attack Campaign Targets Facebook, Dropbox User Credentials
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securityaffairs,
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7/14/2014 | 10:00:46 AM
Re: next phase
I agree Robert
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Robert McDougal,
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7/14/2014 | 9:50:29 AM
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Based on the longevity and the fact this campaign has avoided detection until now I wouldn't be surprised if the data collected has already been used in surgical breaches.
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7/13/2014 | 12:29:25 PM
Re: next phase
There are many rumors about attack Campaign towrds Facebook, Dropbox users credentials, although there is no evidence of stolen data and the other vital signs of accessing od a theif into that platform. The job resume may help to learn more abouth the good and professional resume makimg. 
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7/13/2014 | 4:46:21 AM
next phase
Despite there is no evidence of targeted attacks using the stolen data, the most worrying aspect of such operation is the possibility that collected information will be managed with big data techniques to conduct surgical offensives with serious consequences.

Another concerning aspect of the specific campaign is that it goes undetected since 2009 ... and this is just the tip of the iceberg.

Regards

Pierluigi 


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