JavaScript Obfuscation on Phishing Pages Continues to Rise by 70%

The use of JavaScript to obfuscate phishing pages increased by 70% in the ten months between November 2019 and August 2020, according to researchers at Akamai. Attackers use this technique to make it harder for security technology to detect their phishing sites. The vast majority of this activity involves content escaping (or URL encoding), but other less common techniques have skyrocketed.
Read More

Please follow and like us: