Cybercriminals Abusing Cloudflare R2 for Hosting Phishing Pages, Experts Warn

Over the past six months, the number of threat actors using Cloudflare R2 to host phishing pages has increased 61-fold.

Although some pages target Adobe, Dropbox, and other cloud apps, the majority of phishing campaigns target Microsoft login credentials, according to Netskope security expert Jan Michael.

Cloudflare R2 is a cloud-based data storage service, comparable to Amazon Web Service S3, Google Cloud Storage, and Azure Blob Storage.

With Microsoft OneDrive, Squarespace, GitHub, SharePoint, and Weebly claiming the top five rankings, the total number of cloud apps from which malware downloads originate has risen read more Cybercriminals Abusing Cloudflare R2 for Hosting Phishing Pages.

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