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aeris Dec 6
What's the problem with ? Everybody use or , no ? 😂
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Brandie Claborn Dec 6
From : "The attack lets anyone send emails from any address! Think potus@whitehouse.gov or tcook@apple.com or any other executive, politician, or friend... makes spoofed emails virtually unstoppable." tips:
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GlobalSign Dec 6
, a new email spoofing attack is pretty much undetectable to and email filters using bugs in all large email clients. Just another use case for S/MIME Certificates >
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NJCCIC Dec 7
Replying to @NJCybersecurity
Alerts - Vuln Lets Threat Actors Send , Series PLCs, Vuln Discovered in , Serial-to- Device , Multiple Products Vuln to
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caseyjohnellis Dec 5
this is a nifty (and novel) email sender spoofing vector by
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Gabriel Bordeaux ( ⚆ _ ⚆ ) Dec 8
Gmail on iOS vs . Great job , keep up the good work!
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uni.lu Jan 29
Replying to @uni_lu
: new way to easily spoof email addresses ...
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SailPoint Dec 14
Perfect spoofs are easier to create than ever before for .
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Security Response Dec 8
Symantec email customers protected from new email exploit
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Hanson Information Dec 6
Don't forget about . and via is still one of the top exploits today.
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John Wilson Dec 12
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Darren Desmond Dec 5
let’s forge the perfect email spoof |
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CombinedEmployeesCU Dec 5
— Email Flaw Affects Over 30 Popular Email Clients - via
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F5 Networks Security Dec 6
"‘’ lets forge perfect email spoofs": via
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al0xander IT 🤡 Dec 11
Working on ways to block via EOP rules.
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PouickPouick Dec 6
Nostalgie des années 2000 et avant les authentifications (SPF, DKIM) Vulerability makes me nostalgia of the years 2000 before SPF, DKIM. Nice job
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Symantec EMEA Dec 28
Learn more about a newly discovered affecting over 30 widely used email applications here:
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The Hacker News Dec 11
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The Cryptic Narwhal Dec 5
In a similar theme as Mailsploit, phishers are using HTTPS more in order to "seem legit." Again, same thought -- perhaps there's some deeper amount of thought necessary when clicking links and opening attachments.
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Security Response Dec 8
Want to stay protected from the new email exploit? Here's what you need to know:
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