Analysis: "Spearphishing" targets infrastructure

01/18/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

"Spearphishing," in which e-mails containing malicious software are sent to specific addresses under names that are familiar to the recipient, is becoming a more common method of cyberattacks on critical infrastructure, Nicole Perlroth writes. These targeted e-mails can be assembled using a directory, says Tyler Klinger of Critical Intelligence.

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