The latest Notifiable Data Breaches Quarterly Statistics Report confirms that Australian legal practices are at risk of cybercrime with phishing as the main threat.
This how-to guide aims to demonstrate how easy it is to circumvent expensive email security solutions with simple open-source tools. Email administrators can also follow this guide to build their email delivery service for email direct spool attack security assessments.
In this article, we elaborate how we managed to identify hidden internal email servers by relying on various open-source intelligence (OSINT) data sources for our direct email spool attack research.
One in three Australian law firms are susceptible to a cyber threat called “direct email spool attack”, our report can reveal. This attack technique bypasses expensive email security solutions, rendering them completely useless and exposing the affected organisations to cybercrime.
As phishing emails come in different shapes and formats, there is no silver bullet to identify a phishing email. However, there is a collection of red flags you should be looking for before clicking on a new message. This is my up-to-date guide helping you recognise the latest email-based scams.