The second release using Debian 9.5 brings significant improvements to users of the Phishing Incident button. Further the GDPR compliance is now on the highest level! The Office 365 (c) Incident Button is now matured and the Mail and Web Filter Test feature has been polished. Further improvements and bug fixes see below. What is […]
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New LUCY Version 4.2: The popular Phishing Incident Plugin (Phish button) is now also available for Gmail. This means that Google Mail users now also benefit from automated threat analysis. Furthermore, the web and mail filter test has reached the full configuration status. Thus the search for loopholes in web communication is done in minutes […]
Users get certificates of attendance when they successfully complete an Awareness Training. Send signed phishing emails, extend your purchased domains and much more! Download the new Release, try the powerful Community Edition! LUCY V 4.1 is available for download since the end of March 2018. Besides dozens of bugfixes the following new features are available: […]
Dear LUCY user and LUCY customer, We would like to ask you what functionality you are missing in our solution: Is there a LUCY feature you would like to have implemented? Do you miss training content or an attack/phishing scenario? Is there a third party product integration you would like? Tell me about it! I […]
The new release of LUCY Server V 3.7 has functional improvements. Notable changes and new features: New dashboard & new dashboard actions (WIKI): It makes the handling much easier, especially when you have a lot of campaigns running New report template variables (WIKI): Finally you can put everything into your Campaign reports! New REST API (WIKI): […]
Ladies and gentlemen, meet Lucy 3.0 – the biggest project update yet! You can download VMware ESXi, VMware Workstation, VirtualBox images and Linux installer script on Lucy website, or use a pre-configured AMI on Amazon EC2 instance (search for “lucy” in Community AMIs when creating an instance). If you purchased a commercial license, you can […]
Lucy 2.9.1 patch contains a fix for sending Awareness Website links automatically after an attack is successfully performed. If you downloaded or upgraded Lucy 2.9 on Mar 21, 2016 or later, then your version already contains all necessary fixes.
Lucy 2.9 has been released! You can download VMware ESXi, VMware Workstation, VirtualBox images and Debian/Ubuntu installer script on the Lucy website, or use a pre-configured AMI on Amazon EC2 instance (search for “lucy” in Community AMIs when creating an instance). If you are using a commercial license, you can update the system through the “Update” section in Lucy. […]
LUCY 2.6 has been published with a new feature that allow users to perform SMiShing attack simulations. SMiShing is a security attack in which users are tricked into downloading malware or accessing links from their mobile devices. SMiShing is short for “SMS phishing. LUCY is now the only downloadable application in the world that can […]
Please reboot Lucy from the console after updating the system to 2.8. There are known to be issues in which Lucy is unable to send messages until after a reboot is completed.
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