Une entreprise de sécurité a analysé un message vocal suspect laissé à un employé d’une entreprise technologique, dans le cadre d’une tentative d’amener l’employé à envoyer de l’argent à des criminels.
Les astuces pour les détecter :
- aucun bruit de fond en dehors de la voix
- mots trop entrecoupés
- trop de pic/creux dans l’analyse spectrographique
In June, an employee at a tech company received a strange voicemail from a person that identified himself as the CEO, asking for “immediate assistance to finalize an urgent business deal.”
As it turns out, despite sounding almost like the CEO, the voicemail was actually created with computer software. It was an audio deepfake, according to a security company that investigated the incident.
NISOS, a security consulting company based in Alexandria, Virginia, analyzed the voicemail and determined that it was fake, a synthetic audio designed to trick the receiver, the company told Motherboard. On Thursday, NISOS published a report on the incident, which it shared with Motherboard in advance…[Lire la suite]