Infosec glossary entry


Telephone Oriented Attack Delivery

Telephone-oriented attack delivery threats involve direct call between cybercriminals (e.g., malicious call center) and a victim. During this call, the victim is being convinced and instructed to install some additional software on his/her devices in order for threat actor to be able to perform some further fraud. The installed software can be legitimate remote access tools that are used by cybercriminals to have a remote control over victim’s device.

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By jean-christoph

February 3, 2023

phishing, scam, telephone, voice
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