Last month two companies, Twilio and Cloudflare, were attacked by cyber criminals. While it may be tempting to dismiss these attacks as simply being the latest in a long list of high-profile attacks that have occurred over the last few years, there were several aspects about the Twilio and Cloudflare attacks that made them stand out. The cyber attackers used new and advanced phishing techniques against these companies which are likely to be used again in the future.


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