Iran-Linked Phishing Campaign Targeted Medical Researchers

This Data Breach alert was published at 31.03.2021 18.34 on Data Breach Today.

Proofpoint: Attackers Tried to Harvest Microsoft Office Credentials
The Iranian-linked threat group TA453, also known as Charming Kitty and Phosphorus, conducted a phishing campaign, dubbed “Badblood,” in late 2020 that targeted senior U.S. and Israeli medical researchers in an attempt to obtain their Microsoft Office credentials, according to Proofpoint.

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