In my previous post regarding Westpac phishing mail, I mentioned associated domain and IP address. Recently, I am diving into the threat intelligence and especially
Malicious or spam emails are frequent but one of the best ways to get a system/host infected. Recently I received an email from one of
An email from UN – attachment ATM_CARD_1.doc – IRREVOCABLE PAYMENT ORDER VIA ATM CARD
Received an email from UN@ – no email domain on the sender list and that’s why my email identified as spam. Attachment was a doc
Been using Security Onion for a while now. A very good OS for analysis and getting IDS alerts on the go without installing expensive hardware.
Based on my previous blog entry about emails I have analysed an email that was received from *@ndis.gov.au. From the email it seems that you
Emails – as we know is a very efficient way to communicate without physically visiting the intended recipients. Emails have been with us from many years
Been security analyst in SOC for more than 3 years. Besides waiting for the alerts triggering from the device such as IPS or end point protection,