Last Year, Microsoft Received 35 Billion Suspicious Emails

Microsoft's example is enough to understand cyber-attacks around the world, with the company receiving 35.7 billion suspicious emails last year, or more than a thousand e-mails per second, containing no viruses, phishing agents or There was a suspicious code.

According to Microsoft's cybersecurity report, its antivirus and Azure Active Directory blocked mail with brute force, phishing and other malware. Thanks to Office 365, in particular, billions of e-mails were sent to various organizations, companies and individuals.

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As far as consumers and corporate entities are concerned, 9.6 billion emails have been bombarded. In addition, 25.6 billion cases of hacking of consumer accounts were prevented thanks to Brute Force. But this is a terrible trend that is being carried out by hackers and digital intruders in many countries. One can only guess at the type of cyber threats that large corporations and all Internet users face.

According to Microsoft, the intensity of these attacks is increasing rapidly. But 80% of these cases involve common methods of digital theft. One of these methods is password spray in which innumerable identical passwords are applied to an account in a short period of time.

The second method involves social engineering attacks by human methods. The third method is phishing. In the process of phishing, important information is sent by sending emails.

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