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なりすまし対策ポータル「ナリタイ」 Aug 9
DMARC と Mailsploit について
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MultiCoastMedia Dec 5
A good reason to consider using your web based email, at least for now, instead of a client like Outlook or Apple Mail. header in Gmail is not very convincing.
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Scott Cutler Dec 5
All this talk about , does anyone remember the original Ghostmail? I literally got grounded in 7th grade for using it!
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Gmtm Dec 5
Ideas for checking Mailsploit: 1)The Bat! 2)Console email clients: Mutt, Alpine, Sup, Notmuch 3)Yandex, Mail.ru, Rambler 4)...
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Sabri Dec 22
If you are using Thunderbird you should update now.
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Sabri Jan 10
Microsoft Outlook for Mac patched : update now.
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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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ENISA Dec 13
New infonote published by : All you need to know about – E-mail spoofing and code injection vulnerabilities
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MailMate Dec 13
MailMate 1.10 released. This release also includes fixes for High Sierra and various related issues.
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The Hacker News Dec 11
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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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MailMate Dec 8
A few thoughts on email spoofing after the issues in MailMate were fixed:
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Zammad HQ Dec 7
Say hello to 2.2 - with integration, feature, new public trainings 🎓 and no issues 🚀
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F5 Networks Security Dec 6
"‘’ lets forge perfect email spoofs": via
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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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Luca Dec 6
Shoutout confirming once again what a fantastic and serious developer he is (yes, singular). If you need a mail client for macOS look no further. Released fix for in a day from notification.
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Tech Simplified Dec 6
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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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Tutanota Dec 6
Another attack is possible on most major email services. Always be a step ahead of malicious attackers: Use - we've not been affected by as security is at the heart of our encrypted mail service.
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caseyjohnellis Dec 5
this is a nifty (and novel) email sender spoofing vector by
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