I just arrived home and when got to my computer I checked my mail box and it was with a message coming from my own email address that was sent almost at the same time I got home.
I promptly identified it as bank scam, but it really worries me that it comes from my own address, so I'm just around an hour looking up the web how mail spoofing works and so and whether it's possible to forge an email address like this. After so many spams, it's a bit strange for me this one slipped through the spam filter, I guess because it's from my own address.
I checked my gmail account activity and it seems all fine, access solely from my cellphone and my macbook when I get home.
This is the email's source: http://pastebin.com/gj6J8CUb
Can anyone confirm whether it's most probably a simple spoof forging my email address or whether it's more potential that my account has been compromised?
None of the IPs in this message are from the range I use, they're all foreign.
Another question is, with such a bunch of authentication failings in the message as can be checked, how can the gmail spam filter let it go into my inbox?