In the realm of cybersecurity, the battle against phishing attacks is ongoing. Organisations often believe they’ve prepared their staff to spot phishing emails, yet threats persist.
Enter the Browser-in-the-Browser (BitB) attack, a novel technique that takes phishing to a new level.
BitB stands apart from traditional phishing by staying within the victim’s original website, creating a deceptive pop-up window that mimics the login interface of a trusted service.
What makes it dangerous is its exploitation of the Single Sign-On (SSO) authentication model, catching users off guard.
This whitepaper dives deep into BitB attack vector, explaining:
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