fishing links RSS

1

Good day!

How can I block fishing links, such as
http://microsoft.com
with ORF?

by rodas 2 years ago
2

Such as:

> http://microsoft.com >

by rodas 2 years ago
3

a href="http:/hack.com" http:/ microsoft.com /a

by rodas 2 years ago
4

Hello rodas,

You might try to define a complex regular expression to match certain hyperlinks and add it to the Keyword Blacklist of ORF, but I do not see how you could create one that would not match legitimate emails as well, considering that the destination address and the link text often differs in hyperlinks.

Instead, I would suggest making sure that your ORF installation is configured properly and it is checking the emails against the recommended SURBLs (and DNS Blacklists) - which are online lists of Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) hosts, typically website domains that have been observed in unsolicited messages.

For configuration tips, please consult our Bests Practices guide (http://vamsoft.com/support/docs/how-tos/best-practices-5.4.1) and make sure that your DNSBL and SURBL selection is up-to-date as well (https://vamsoft.com/support/docs/knowledge-base/recommended-dnsbls-surbls-agents).

If you have any questions, just let know.

by Daniel Novak (Vamsoft) 2 years ago

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