Sylk Files Used As Hidden Phish Bait Come Back To Haunt Microsoft 365 Users

SYLK (Symoblic Link .slk files first created in 1986 to exchange data used mostly in spreadsheets like Multiplan, Excel, MIcrosoft Works, OpenOffice.org and Gnumeric (yea ancient) are now being used to obfuscate and bypass Microsoft Office 365 filters. The files contain malicious macros (MSI exex scripts) according to Avanan Security. Think before you click!


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