I would like to ask what happens when an email is sent from gmail, yahoo or hotmail public web email services? I don't understand email protocols in details, but as far as I know email traffic is ...
My mum (on Gmail, using Chrome) received an email from a friend's Hotmail address. She opened the email (very obviously a phishing email) and clicked a link in it. This opened a webpage with loads of ...
Let us say that I send an email using Yahoo Mail or GMail. Can this email be intercepted using a packet sniffer? On which port does the email travel? HTTP, SMTP, POP3?
Is there an easy way to test an SMTP server to check for configuration issues associated with STARTTLS encryption, and report on whether it has been configured properly so that email will be encrypted ...
If I connect to my e-mail server via SSL (SMTP/SSL) and the recipient also only checks his e-mail via SSL (web/https or IMAP/SSL), does this - generally speaking - increase the security for the ...
I'm building a webmail client (like gmail). It allows the user to browse emails and send them. Under the hood, php uses IMAP and SMTP to talk with email server. user->webserver->mailserver When user ...
How would one go about creating a secure email architecture? I'm thinking specifically about protecting email from routine surveillance from oppressive regimes and corporations. I had a think about ...
I have a Windows SMTP server that is currently allowing the "AUTH LOGIN" method of authenticating. As I now know, this is simply a base-64 encoding of the username and password, which is basically as ...
Below is the email with headers. I never registered on the site, so it's clearly phishing, but the links in the email point to the real Avast site. The delivery path also looks legit since both IP ...
On another thread a user was trying to use SMTP injections and, as a test, trying to inject a supplementary recipient for this email. My understanding of the issue preventing him from succeeding were ...