Below is a recent link about a fresh crop of phishing techniques where
the @ symbol can be used to pass credentials to a website. Can anyone
offer a technique to prevent emails like this from passing through a
We're using Fortimail as a frontend to filter email going to an Exchange
server. Looking for suggestions on what y'all might have found to be
helpful in improving identification of unwanted emails to either reject
or quarantine? Thanks!
Just looking for ideas on other's approaches:Our VPN SSL portal is
functioning well. We encountered an issue the other day when one of our
users was apparently trying to connect at one of their client's sites.
We're using 10443, which we feel flies w...
Hello, all: This question is against the very grain of my soul, but I
have to ask. In all cases (except this one), I setup very strict
security rules to keep the networks I manage safe: very limited ports
and services allowed, using web and DNS filte...
Has anyone had experience with using a Fortigate in a home environment
to prevent users from getting to those websites used by scammers to take
nefarious control of PC? I'm aware of a situation where an elderly user
keeps falling for the 'I'm from Mi...
krishnangangster wrote:Hi Team,I have a query.We have fortimail on-prem
appliance at the premise. We are looking to migrate to Fortimail cloud
(saas) solution.What are the steps to be done ? What we need to look at
? Can anyone give me a suggestion ?...
Thanks. I understand what you are saying, but that was not my question.
I don't really care what port I use. I just happened to choose 10443. On
one of his client visits, the LAN admin was apparently blocking that
port even on their guest network. So...
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