Spoofing attacks aren’t going away in 2023, but here’s what you can do about them

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In a 2019 spoofing attack, malicious actors rerouted user clicks and generated Bitcoin using supposedly legitimate BBC News webpages. Spoofing attacks like this are quite common in today’s cyber landscape. When you consider that a staggering 3.1 billion domain spoofing emails are sent daily, according to a report by Proofpoint, you realize just how critical spoofing is to the attack cycle. With increased digitization across enterprises in 2022, especially on the back of the COVID-19 pandemic, malicious actors now have a larger attack surface to exploit. In fact, cybersecurity projections from …

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