[UA-discuss] Re : And now about phishing...
dusan at dukes.in.rs
Wed Apr 19 17:20:15 UTC 2017
Another one on the issue… getting more and more media attention, it seems…
From: sb.inapp at gmail.com [mailto:sb.inapp at gmail.com] On Behalf Of Satish Babu
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Subject: Re: [UA-discuss] Re : And now about phishing...
A different, but related, security risk is malicious homoglyphs in source code. In languages like Go (which directly supports Unicode strings), the source code could contain confusable strings leading to exploits (for instance, substituting a legitimate code library with a malicious one that has a look-alike name).
Here is a library in Go that does source-code scans for confusables:
On Wed, Apr 19, 2017 at 10:23 AM, deepak <deepak.singhal at dil.in <mailto:deepak.singhal at dil.in> > wrote:
thanks for sharing this phishing technique . but it can be handle easily in email server .
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Subject: [UA-discuss] And now about phishing...
Date: 19 Apr 2017 12:24:34 AM
Interesting and possible>
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