Can You Be Spoofed? Find Out For a Chance to WIN a $500 Amazon Gift Card



DST---Amazon-Card-SOCWill you get spoofed by the Bad Guys?

Are you aware that one of the first things hackers try is to see if they can spoof the email address of someone in your own domain?

Now they can launch a "CEO fraud" spear phishing attack on your organization, and that type of attack is very hard to defend against, unless your users are highly ‘security awareness’ trained.

KnowBe4 can help you find out if this is the case with our free Domain Spoof Test. Plus, if you’re in the US or Canada, you'll be entered for a chance to win a $500 Amazon Gift Card.

Find out now if your email server is configured correctly, many are not!

  • This is a simple, non-intrusive "pass/fail" test.

  • We will send a spoofed email "from you to you".

  • If it makes it through into your inbox, you know you have a problem.

  • You'll know within 48 hours!

NOTE: We need a valid email address from the domain of your own organization, so Gmail, AOL, Yahoo or any other ISP are not accepted.

Sign Up Today For a Chance to Win! 

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Can hackers spoof an email address of your own domain?

DSTAre you aware that one of the first things hackers try is to see if they can spoof the email address of your CEO? If they are able to commit "CEO Fraud", penetrating your network is like taking candy from a baby.

Now they can launch a "CEO fraud" spear phishing attack on your organization, and that type of attack is very hard to defend against, unless your users are highly ‘security awareness’ trained.

Find out now if your domain can be spoofed. The Domain Spoof Test (DST) is a one-time free service. Run this test so you can address any mail server configuration issues that are found.

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https://www.knowbe4.com/domain-spoof-test/

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