[ietf-dkim] Clarifying DKIM (etc.) expectations for mailing lists in the face of digests
johnl at iecc.com
Thu Aug 5 08:19:51 PDT 2010
> there are phishing attacks possible that work through lists but are
>extremely unlikely to work when the message is part of a digest.
Could you give some examples of phishing attacks that work through
lists? Real ones you've seen would be much more helpful than
The only recent phish I can think of on my lists is the "I've been
robbed in a foreign country and need money" scam. But that invariably
comes from a compromised account, where the crook has stolen the
purported sender's credentials. How could DKIM or any signature
scheme address that?
PS: my apologies to anyone who's finding this repetitive
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