Aiming to compromise the targets’ computers and Outlook accounts, the attackers send spear-phishing emails carrying malware and compromise websites to redirect to exploits that will deliver malware, or trick them into entering their Outlook login credentials into fake Outlook Web Access login pages parked on typosquatted domains.
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