How to identify a fake email

Identifying and Filtering Malicious Emails

When cybercrime was first on the rise, there were endless ways a hacker could infiltrate your system. Nowadays, most websites, operating systems and applications take a proactive approach to security, patching bugs before they can be used against you.

This is why we predominantly hear about malicious attacks in the form of social engineering, notably phishing emails.

Phishing emails are designed to replicate emails from known services in order to trick users into downloading an attachment or clicking on a link or providing sensitive details (such as usernames and passwords).

It does not matter how good your network security is, if a user submits their credentials via a phishing email, or downloads an infected file, it may be for nothing.

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 We want to make it easy for you and your team to identify fake emails. 

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