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Email Spoofed Phishing Attacks

  • Dear sir
    our company is receiving reports from some customers regarding emails allegedly sent by Nova Rotors.
    We want to clarify that this is not depending by a fault of Nova Rotors itself.


  • Nova Rotors uses security policies that allow you to avoid such phishing attempts, provided that certain controls are active on the recipient’s side.
    These policies precisely verify that mail coming from Nova Rotors have been sent from the secured mail servers.
    If this control is not carried out by the recipient server, unfortunately, the recipient can be subject to that type of spam.
    A different problem could be the presence of an alias.
    If the (fake) email is sent with an address, disguised as a Nova Rotors address, this could pass without any problem through an unchecked mail server.
    Even in this case, however, the problem is easily identifiable as both senders.



Email spoofing is a technique used in spam and phishing attacks to trick users into thinking a message came from a person or entity they know or trust. In spoofing attacks, the sender forges email headers so that client software displays the fraudulent sender address, which most users take at face value.