Phishing campaigns are facile to steal credential


SonicWall Capture Labs Threats Research team has been detecting an ongoing phishing campaign which abuses users by pretending to be genuine software platform using their logo. Upon opening the PDF file, an image with instructions on how to download PDF Invoice is displayed to the user:



If the instructions as mentioned in the PDF file are followed, a malicious URL is opened, the user is shown a genuine looking webpage with options to select email providers like Office365 and others to view the document:




Depending upon the email provider chosen by the user, one of the following forms would be displayed:




Upon entering the user credentials and clicking the log-in button the user is displayed an error saying Incorrect username or password.




However, in the background the malware author steals user credentials when the log-in button is clicked and sends them to remote web server and uses Cloud flare servers to stay anonymous as shown below:



The PDF files is not detected by any vendor when checked on top threat intelligence sharing portals like VirusTotal:



SonicWall Capture Labs provides protection against this threat via the SonicWall Capture ATP w/RTDMI.

Indicators Of Compromise (IOC):

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