BazaCall Phishing Scammers Now Leveraging Google Forms for Deception

In order to give the BazaCall call back phishing attacks some legitimacy, the threat actors behind them have been seen using Google Forms.

The technique is a “attempt to elevate the perceived authenticity of the initial malicious emails,” according to a report released today by cybersecurity firm Abnormal Security.

BazaCall, also known as BazarCall, is a term used to describe a group of phishing attempts that began in late 2020. The targets of these attacks receive emails pretending to be official subscription notices, advising them to dispute or cancel the plan immediately or face charges ranging from $50 to $500.

The attacker creates a false sense of urgency to get the target to agree to give them remote access capabilities through remote desktop software read more BazaCall Phishing Scammers Now Leveraging Google Forms for Deception.

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