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Top Websites Fail to Prevent Email Spoofing

21
Jun
2016
Top Websites Fail to Prevent Email Spoofing

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More than half of Alexa top 500 domains allow email spoofing because their owners have failed to properly configure email servers, according to web security firm Detectify.

Email spoofing has often been used in spam, phishing and fraud campaigns, which is why the industry has created several validation and authentication systems designed to prevent unauthorized parties from sending bogus emails apparently coming from legitimate domains.

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