Somehow, someone/thing is spoofing emails from my domain. Such as Xerox.Device8@domain.com. We only have a handful of authentic email accounts on the domain. This appears to be redflagging all of our emails, so many legit emails are being sent to spam folders... how can I deduce what the actual problem is, and how to stop it? [more inside]
I have an extremely common first and last name and was "lucky" enough to procure email@example.com about a decade ago. I'm used to the normal problems this entails, but now I'm noticing a new one that puzzles me. [more inside]
I've gotten 30 spam phone calls in the last 7 hours. Why? How do I make it stop? [more inside]
Twice this week, I've fallen for spam emails. Have I compromised my security? Will I die? [more inside]
Google tells me that my domain is hosting a phishing scam. However, the URL they showed me includes directories that are not on my server. How do I fix this? [more inside]
What is the attack vector on this apparent facebook phishing email? [more inside]
My friend just - 30 minutes ago - entered a bunch of information in a PayPal phishing website. What should he do right now? [more inside]
My SO and I are receiving phishing emails on brand new email addresses. The addresses hadn't been given out to anyone when the first ones arrived. Are spammers just constructing likely email addresses and sending blindly? If not, how is this happening? [more inside]
Someone tries to phish me every day. Until recently, I have dutifully FWDed these attempts to firstname.lastname@example.org. As phishing has become even more ubiquitous, it occurs to me that there's no way that the target companies can possibly wade through it all. Should I bother FWDing the attempts?
I get a phishing e-mail on a daily basis. It probably accounts for 10% of my spam. The FTC and private industry groups are up in arms, but the problem keeps getting worse. Given the little old ladies who are losing their pensions by clicking on these links, why can't anyone catch these guys? What's the technological barrier?
How do scammers who send email claiming to be from my bank and needing my account info know which banks I use? [More Inside] [more inside]
Anyone care to drop some knowledge about stopping spammers from spoofing your address? [more] [more inside]