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    In the 1980s, the toothpaste got out of the tube,...

    In the 1980s, the toothpaste got out of the tube, with mail senders being able to forge essentially anything in the header. There have been innumerable suggestions about trying to improve SMTP. The...
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    Reply to Aardpsymon

    Aardpsymon,

    Yes, you're right. If the phisher writes a tag, <notphish a="otherbank.com" />, where otherbank is a website controlled by the phisher, then it will be detected. Since otherbank.com...
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    yes, phishing is distinct from generic spam

    Yes. Some antispam vendors think of phishing as a special type of spam. We suggest that it is more useful to consider phishing as distinct from spam. This is not a semantic quibble. While a spam...
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    Partner List and Notphish tag

    I'm the co-inventor of the following antiphishing method. This is a request for serious technical feedback from readers. Hope it's ok to post here.

    A bank publishes a set of domains that will be...
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