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    Home Forums Code Red – Security/Privacy advisories Using Malicious Azure Apps To Infiltrate Microsoft 365

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        Alex5723
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        ..with organizations moving to Microsoft 365 at such a rapid pace, we’re seeing a new attack vector: Azure Applications.

        As you’ll see below, attackers can create, disguise, and deploy malicious Azure apps to use in their phishing campaigns. Azure apps don’t require approval from Microsoft and, more importantly, they don’t require code execution on the user’s machine, making it easy to evade endpoint detection and A/V…

        https://www.varonis.com/blog/using-malicious-azure-apps-to-infiltrate-a-microsoft-365-tenant/

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