Fake DHS Intel E-mails Spread Malicious Software


Anyone who is even remotely savvy about computers knows that whenever you get an email that even looks at the headers.

That last received line – that tells you where the message came from originally.

Then go to arin.net (American registrar) and plug the address in. Sometimes it’ll tell you it’s registered on ripe.net, or apnic.net. The former being the European address registrar, the latter being the Asia-Pacific registrar.

Some smart phishers and scammers have taken to masking the originating receive line. Those automatically get dumped into the bit bucket.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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