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Cybercriminals Phished For Gov’t Procurement Credentials

Law360 (December 13, 2019, 8:55 PM EST) — Cybercriminals targeted the U.S. Departments of Energy, Commerce and Transportation as well as other federal agencies in a widespread campaign to steal login credentials from stakeholders in government procurement processes, security researchers say.

In a report released Thursday, private cybersecurity firm Anomali said it had identified an organized and “persistent” effort to dupe staffers at the federal agencies — as well as private shipping giants DHL International and China-based SF Express — into giving up their usernames and passwords. The researchers did not identify whether the campaign was designed for financial gain, for intelligence purposes backed by a nation-state, or for some sort…

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