domain spoofing

domain spoofing

The unauthorized use of a third-party domain name in an email message in order to pretend to be someone else. See email spoofing.
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Seventy-two per cent of the largest organisations in the Middle East are exposed to email fraud via domain spoofing, said Proofpoint, a leading next-generation cybersecurity and compliance company, in a new report.
Ingressum is an innovative provider of cybercrime protection and intelligence services that proactively responds against online threats and reduces the risks posed by spear phishing, email domain spoofing, malware, and other cyber-attacks.
We hope that all agencies with follow Agari's federal agency clients to comply with the directive and help eliminate phishing and spam related to domain spoofing and ensure a trusted digital channel for U.S.
"Ads.txt is one of the least expensive yet most effective defenses against many methods of domain spoofing. By listing the companies authorized to sell its inventory, a publisher makes it easy for an advertiser to verify the legitimacy of the purchase.
-Combat domain spoofing - organisations should proactively monitor for the registration of malicious domains and have a defined process of dealing with infringements when they occur.-
. Combat domain spoofing: Organisations should proactively monitor for the registration of malicious domains and have a defined process of dealing with infringements when they occur.
Combat domain spoofing - organizations should proactively monitor for the registration of malicious domains and have a defined process of dealing with infringements when they occur.
Click farms, fake impressions, domain spoofing and site-bundling may deliver num- bers, but without emotions these numbers do not elicit a purchasing decision.
Domain spoofing is involved in half of all of today's spam."
The problem of "domain spoofing," that is, getting an address very close to someone else's, is another troubling issue for journalists on a deadline.