Oh Look, An Email About My Credit Card!
Nicole Dieker
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very interesting. Also the email came from a domain that does not contain Chase in it at all. Some attacks are more much sophisticated and use the actual domain of the bank or who ever they are using as a victim. Essential any domain that is not protected by DMARC can be used to send an email from that domain and it will arrive in a persons inbox looking like it came from that exact domain! Great post. I also just wrote a post about phishing attacks and protection. 
https://medium.com/postmasters/what-the-spf-is-dkim-and-who-is-dmarc-e99da4848198#.ih3ru83ib

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