[HackerNews] Can Your Business Email Be Spoofed? Check Your Domain Security Now!

Are you aware of how secure your domain is? In most organizations, there is an assumption that their domains are secure and within a few months, but the truth soon dawns on them that it isn’t.
Spotting someone spoofing your domain name is one way to determine if your security is unsatisfactory – this means that someone is impersonating you (or confusing some of your recipients) and releasing

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