GIFShell: Microsoft Teams attack uses GIFs to open reverse shells
The popular communications platform Microsoft Teams was targeted in a new attack method that uses GIFs to open reverse shells. This novel approach can be used by attackers to utilize weaknesses in Microsoft’s infrastructure to deliver malicious payloads, modify files, and steal data, reports BleepingComputer.
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