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Old 23. Nov 2018, 10:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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There are just too many mail anonymizing services to make what you want possible in addition to the usual spam domains such as .date, .biz, .site etc. Add to this the many thousands of hacked accounts used by bots to spread malware and you begin to appreciate the size of the problem. Windows is especially vulnerable to mail attacks although social engineering threats apply to any platform.

I don't wish to target any one particular set of users but in my experience students are a lost cause when it comes to following even the basics of security regarding mail links/attachments, browsing to unsafe domains and media sharing.
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