Nick submitted a nice piece of malware we are currently looking at. The malware itself includes a nice rootkit that doesn't appear to be detected with common rootkit tools. However, in my opinion, the delivery method was noteworthy. It used a spoofed internal sender. This made me wonder what's the best way to block e-mail that comes from outside mail servers, but claims an internal "From:" header.
My first guess would be that this is a great reason to enable SPF. Will this work? I am assuming that it is a standard policy to require employees to use a VPN connection or "something like that" to send e-mail using an internal mail server.
Any other ideas?I will be teaching next: Defending Web Applications Security Essentials - SANS Security West 2019
Jun 26th 2007
1 decade ago