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shifty

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Is there any information about if and how effected Kerio Connect is regarding the MailSplot vulnerability?

https://www.mailsploit.com/index

I guess it is effected like almost everybody but I would like to hear something official and if there is a fix coming out soon.

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I have run the demo on the website you mentioned and I got the 14 test emails.

In the Kerio Web Client, on the list of emails on the left, 7 of them show potus<_at_>whitehouse.gov as the sender. But on the right side (the email preview), you always see the true sender, so I don't see this as a problem. Example:

potus@whitehouse.gov <=?utf-8?b?cG90dXNAd2hpdGVob3VzZS5nb3Y=?==?utf-8?Q?=0A=00?=<_at_ >mailsploit.com>

So I guess the average user would see that something is strange. But of course that is just my personal opinion. Anyhow, it would be good if Kerio can improve the visibility.

Also, Kerio Connect does not do DMARC/DKIM checks for incoming email, so there is nothing they can correct there.

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