I will be speaking at a WICCA online event next week!

It's been a while, but I will be speaking at a WICCA online event next week. WICCA stands for "Women In Cybersecurity Community Association". Their goal is "to bring infosec ladies and female security enthusiasts together to learn about exploits, hacking, incident response, forensics, the low-level stuff and make bad crypto jokes!" At their June virtual meetup, I will be doing a presentation about mail flow. Specifically, around SPF, DKIM, DMARC and mail header analysis. An interesting topic if I

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Easily list mail DNS records via this PowerShell script

I get to investigate quite some mail environments in my work as a consultant. At a certain point you see some patterns emerging. One of those patterns is the correct configuration of mail related DNS records. It's one of the first things I check when I must check an unfamiliar environment. I have talked about this anti-spoofing topic on numerous occasions. I would compare it to a ping test when there are network issues. For several years I have worked

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I will be speaking at IT/Dev Connections 2018!

Next week I will be speaking at the IT/Dev Connection conference in Dallas (TX) during 16-18th October 2018, which is particularly exciting for me as it is the first time I will present in the USA! The session title is ‚ÄúSecuring, Protecting, and Managing the Flow of Corporate Communications‚ÄĚ. The session abstract tells you a bit more: Simple Mail Transport Protocol, or as it is better known, SMTP, should be simple. It says so in the name. However, the internet

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