The report discusses a new phishing scam that uses blank images to trick users into clicking on malicious links. Blank-image phishing works by embedding a malicious link in a blank image that is attached to an email. When the user opens the email, the image loads and the malicious link is executed. This can lead to the user being infected with malware or having their personal information stolen.
An example: The scammer sends an email that appears to be from PayPal. The email contains a blank image attachment that is actually a malicious link. When the user opens the attachment, the malicious link is executed and the user’s PayPal account is compromised.
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