I, for one, welcome the pivot from blaming scammers in Nigeria to hackers in Russia. Seems so a la mode
Microsoft said it disabled accounts used by Russian-linked Seaborgium troupe to phish and steal credentials from its customers as part of the cybercrime gang's illicit spying and data-stealing activities. This included using email, OneDrive and other Microsoft cloud services accounts, as well as phony LinkedIn profiles that …
Tuesday 16th August 2022 17:17 GMT martinusher
It all comes down to the question....
....how can a malicious URL or other attachment exist? Are we that architecturally naive? (Or is the marketing imperative to use the same mechanism for 'good' uses so important that we permit it, hoping that some kind of authentication Band-Aid will keep the 'good' and the 'bad' guys apart?)