OneNote Attachments In Phishing Emails Used To Spread Malware

Previously threat actors commonly used Word and Excel documents in phishing emails; however, after Microsoft disabled macros by default in Office documents, they had to adapt.

The most recent method utilized by hackers is using Microsoft OneNote attachments.

The end goal of those campaigns is to infect users with remote malware that installs even more malware on the device to steal passwords, credentials, crypto wallets, and other assets.

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