According to a new study it was revealed that hackers can change emails after they have been sent to the Inbox. The attack scenario allows malicious parties to alter what is displayed in an email, such as editing text or swapping a harmless URL with a link to malware.
Everyone at least once received phishing attacks via e-mail. Thanks to modern anti-spam technologies, most of these messages are blocked before entering our mailboxes. Fio in his post conducts an analysis of Bank Phishing Incident. He examines where the phishing comes from. That phishing messages are rarely ever sent using the attacker’s own infrastructure. And also he says that you can get some juicy information from the e-mail headers, when analyzing it.