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I have, on multiple occasions, received this email from Twitter: Since I have received it multiple times either this person clearly thinks the email is theirs or it's spelled similarly, something … chance, you can't force someone to try to use your email, is it a viable attack? Is there a term for this kind of attack? …
asked Mar 30 '16 by DasBeasto
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attempt to get me to hit send and they'd have my email address or try to get other details in a reply. But then I realized the "to:" email was "foo@example.com". Now I'm not saying the phisher can't own … that email, but seeing as that email is used all time to where it's basically a default throwaway/test/example address it seems unlikely to me it's still available for someone to grab and use for this …
asked Mar 15 '17 by DasBeasto