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posted on December 14th 2016, at 16:29
by lunarg

Terry Zink, an MVP, wrote a good article about the difficulty most common e-mail filters have at stopping phishing impersonation attacks using simple display tricks.

Full article: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/tzink/2016/12/06/where-email-authentication-falls-flat-at-stopping-phishing-impersonation-attacks-using-display-tricks/

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