Tag: Email security

  • Why Your Business Needs Professional Email Hosting

    Why Your Business Needs Professional Email Hosting

    How Does Email Hosting Work? Email Hosting Australia provides you with more than just a server to store your online correspondence; Email hosting also provides you with access to third-party solutions that may assist you in growing your business. You may use these solutions to securely authenticate, re-route and replicate traffic, manage user domain names,…

  • SPAM: Preventing Incoming and Outgoing on Your Email Hosting

    SPAM: Preventing Incoming and Outgoing on Your Email Hosting

    Many businesses install bots to crawl websites and collect personal information such as email addresses. They then save them in the email hosting database, which can later be used to send out spam offers. This is the true meaning of spam. Essentially, this word refers to sending of emails with commercial or other personal aim…

  • Cybersecurity: SMBs are more at risk of cyberattacks

    Cybersecurity: SMBs are more at risk of cyberattacks

    The combination of increased cyber threats and decreased cybersecurity investment at many small and medium-sized businesses has increased their risks. When it comes to cybersecurity, small and medium-sized businesses are stuck between the proverbial rock and a hard place. On one hand, as larger, enterprises have enhanced their cyber defences, fraudsters are focusing more on…

  • Exploring Email Fraud: How to Recognize, Recover and Prevent

    Exploring Email Fraud: How to Recognize, Recover and Prevent

    Learn about prevalent strategies including phishing and BEC schemes and comprehend the horrifying repercussions of becoming an email fraud victim. Without question, email has developed into a vital tool for communication. However, email fraud is a negative side effect of its widespread use. Email fraud is sometimes referred to as the biggest scam in history.…

  • Phishing: Stopping Socially Engineered ChatGPT Threats

    Phishing: Stopping Socially Engineered ChatGPT Threats

      ChatGPT and other generative AI techniques may be used to create believable phishing emails and social engineering schemes. Here’s how to recognise them and combat them. What is the distinction between a tool and a weapon? It all comes down to purpose. What someone uses to be creative may also be utilised to be…

  • Cybercriminals are targeting your emails in these 3 ways

    Cybercriminals are targeting your emails in these 3 ways

    To keep their emails safe, businesses must stay ahead of the strategies of cybercriminals. These strategies include rogue software, social engineering, and other threats. When it comes to securing our employees and their email use, things were a lot easier not long ago. We were all equipped with a data centre. Many of our workers…

  • Email Security: Email is most susceptible communication medium

    Email Security: Email is most susceptible communication medium

    Threats frequently get through email security measures. Even though users have a range of communication tools and instant messaging services, email remains the most serious cybersecurity threat. This is according to the new research that examines security strategies released by email security providers.  Following a study of over 500 IT and cybersecurity experts from commercial and public…

  • Microsoft 365 phishing attempts using RPMSG encryption

    Microsoft 365 phishing attempts using RPMSG encryption

    In targeted phishing attempts meant to avoid detection by email security gateways, attackers are increasingly employing encrypted RPMSG files delivered via hacked Microsoft 365 accounts to steal email host credentials.   RPMSG files are also known as restricted permission message files. They are encrypted email attachments produced with Microsoft’s Rights Management Services (RMS). They provide an additional degree of…

  • Dropbox: Your email may have received a fraudulent link

    Dropbox: Your email may have received a fraudulent link

    Dropbox is being used by hackers to distribute malware. Researchers claim cybercriminals are leveraging legal cloud storage and backup services to ensure that their infected files reach recipients’ inboxes. The researchers called the practise Business Email Compromise (BEC) 3.0. They believe email service providers have become much more adept at identifying and filtering fraudulent communications.     Hackers…

  • Man in the middle in phishing attacks are increasing  

    Man in the middle in phishing attacks are increasing  

    Man-in-the-middle attacks used in phishing are becoming more and more common.  Because man-in-the-middle assaults in phishing operations are so effective, criminals are increasingly using them.    According to a report from cybersecurity website, hackers are enticing victims to web servers capable of brokering the full authentication process rather than just one phoney login page where they…