Breaking: Expert OpenSea Phishing Vulnerability

By   ISBuzz Team
Writer , Information Security Buzz | May 06, 2022 03:53 am PST

OpenSea has announced a vulnerability and is advising all to avoid clicking on a suspicious link. This is not the first time OpenSea has had a phishing-related incident and shows the need for greater care in our own security.

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David Mahdi
David Mahdi , Ex-Gartner Analyst and CSO
May 6, 2022 11:53 am

Criminals are getting smarter and can still gain results from older, proven attack vectors. In case of a phishing attack, it is no longer enough to watch out for crudely worded emails – recipients must also consider context, content and sender, particularly if financial transactions are involved. There are all kinds of malware that can get into your system through downloads or straight hacking.

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