Morse code used in phishing attack

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  1. N2RJ

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    Someone figured out that you can use morse code to obfuscate javascript for a phishing attack and bypassing security filters.


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    Last edited: Feb 9, 2021
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  2. K2CD

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    I am obviously Homer Simpson dumb because I can't imagine how this could effect me. I'm going to look into it further to see if I can wrap my mind around this. I haven't gotten a phishing email in years.

    I get it! Nevermind.
    VK2OZ, KD2BDA, AJ6KZ and 1 other person like this.
  3. N2RJ

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    Essentially they encoded the malicious code in morse code to bypass the phishing filters.
    KB7UXE, PE1KWE and K2CD like this.
  4. W1YW

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    The internet is just infested with...SHAHRKS.
    F8WBD, WQ4G and W7GST like this.
  5. KC1CCG

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    the other thing the internet is infested with is BS
    KF0AIJ, K3DGR, KF0DRB and 38 others like this.
  6. N0TZU

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  7. N2ICZ

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    Here's what the email attachment looks like in a text editor.

    Last edited: Feb 9, 2021
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  8. W1YW

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    What song is that on my player piano?
    KF1P, WQ4G, K4MID and 6 others like this.

    GNUUSER QRZ Member

    yeah the dirt-bags try any avenue to scam you until you physically catch them and give them one hell of a caning!
  10. KI6PMD

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    "SAY WHAT" Now I have heard everything !!! Phil KI6PMD..

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