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Investment Scammer John Davies Reinvents Himself?

Published on 7th May, 2021, 2:15 PM

John Bernard, a pseudonym used by a convicted thief and con artist named John Clifton Davies who’s fleeced dozens of technology startups out of an estimated $30 million, appears to have reinvented himself again after being exposed in a recent investigative series published here. Sources tell KrebsOnSecurity that Davies/Bernard is now posing as John Cavendish and head of a new “private office” called Hempton Business Management LLP.

Malicious Office 365 Apps Are the Ultimate Insiders

Published on 5th May, 2021, 1:27 PM

Phishers targeting Microsoft Office 365 users increasingly are turning to specialized links that take users to their organization's own email login page. After a user logs in, the link prompts them to install a malicious but innocuously-named app that gives the attacker persistent, password-free access to any of the user's emails and files, both of which are then plundered to launch malware and phishing scams against others.

Malicious Office 365 Apps Are the Ultimate Insiders

Published on 5th May, 2021, 1:27 PM

Phishers targeting Microsoft Office 365 users increasingly are turning to specialized links that take users to their organization's own email login page. After a user logs in, the link prompts them to install a malicious but innocuously-named app that gives the attacker persistent, password-free access to any of the user's emails and files, both of which are then plundered to launch malware and phishing scams against others.

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