Malicious actors are always exploring new ways to access email inboxes. Over the past few years, cyber criminals have been using a method known as a ‘DKIM Replay Attack’, in which high reputation mailboxes are used to generate a legitimate message signature, which can then be amplified (or replayed) multiple times to send spam messages…Continue Reading: What is a DKIM Replay Attack?
Spam is generally harmless as it’s for marketing and sales purposes. Phishing, on the other hand, has a malicious intent of obtaining personal and sensitive details to attempt cyberattacks…Continue Reading: Spam vs Phishing: What’s the difference and why it matters?
Just as it seems we’re getting a handle on soaring levels of spam emails a key tool is changed for the worse By the end of Q3 this year, just under 60% of email was deemed spam. That’s almost two in every three emails being a nuisance, or potentially dangerous to global email users. Businesses really…Continue Reading: Taking one step forward and two steps back with the spam problem
Black Friday is one of the busiest times of the year for businesses all around the world. But with inbox providers waging war on spam, how do you avoid ending up in the junk folder?…Continue Reading: Are your Black Friday emails going straight to spam?