Find the Attacker Details in a Phishing Attack — Manually

  1. Standard Phishing Attack
  2. Spearhead Phishing Attack
  1. The email comes from an outside domain.
  2. Contains malicious files or/and the URLs.
  3. The email contains spelling/grammatical mistakes.
  4. Demands money emotionally.

STEP 1: Extract the Headers

STEP 2: MxToolBox

STEP 3: Header Analysis

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Akilnath Bodipudi

Akilnath Bodipudi

CyberPunk who always wanted to explore a new horizons over cyber space. Doing pen testing into my own network systems for detecting the vunerabilities .

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