Check whether and how many users download a supposed E-fax in PDF format and open it if necessary.
At the turn of the millennium, many companies banned the physical fax machine from the offices and instead introduced fax servers with mail functions. Since then, the number of fax messages sent has fallen almost to zero. Such seldom-used business functions are a popular attack vector for cybercriminals. The eFax attack template with integrated, traceable PDF file is one of the most popular scenarios of the LUCY Cyber Prevention Server. We show in a short video how to configure a phishing campaign and how to track the file download.
This campaign can be carried out with any version of LUCY, including the free Community Edition. The process is completely harmless and no confidential data will be sent to third parties.
Why does the scenario use a landing page for the ‘fax’? This is due to the fact that a PDF does not have a function that allows tracking as long as the end customer does not use a vulnerable PDF reader. The only way to track whether a PDF has been downloaded is to embed the file in a web page.
Further highlights of the LUCY software
- In addition to phishing tests, the solution also allows comprehensive training of employees with many templates.
- Local and cloud installation possible
- LUCY’s Phishing Alarm Button allows easy notification in case of suspicion.
- The Incident Console in LUCY automatically calculates an Email Risk Score and informs the end user about the risk potential of the reported message.
- Prefabricated malware simulations show you to what extent an attack on your network would be successfulThe malware simulation also provides tips on how to fix any weak points.
- You always remain in control of your data, no information is transmitted to third parties!
- Complies with GDPR
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