Slack users targeted for phishing attacks – here’s how to stay protected

Slack users have been warned to take extra care when using the online collaboration service after researchers uncovered worrying security risks.

According to an AT&T AlienLabs report, incoming ‘webhooks’, which are used to connect from third-party apps to post messages on Slack, can be hijacked to carry out phishing attacks.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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