The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has warned that criminals are increasingly using stolen personal information and deepfakes to get remote job.Attackers are especially interested in technical positions that involve access to confidential systems and information.
Let me remind you that we talked about that Mayors of Several European Cities Communicated with the Deepfake of Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko, and also that Deepfakes with Elon Musk Are Used to Advertise the Fraudulent BitVex Platform.
Experts at the FBI’s Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IC3) say deepfake complaints are on the rise, and fakes used by hackers during online interviews include highly convincingly altered videos or images.
While some deepfakes were quite convincing, others could be easily spotted due to various desynchronizations, most often related to the forgery of applicants’ votes.
In addition, the FBI was reportedly contacted by several victims whose stolen identities were used to apply for remote work.
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