Lookalike Domain Detector

How to Alert a Sender if The Recipient Email is Malicious

November 11, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

RMail’s Lookalike Domain Detector Alerts a Sender after They Click Forward, Reply or Reply All–before the Email Is Sent Before we begin today’s tech tip, we first wholeheartedly thank all Veterans for their courage and commitment past and present. It is this, that gives us others the opportunity to worry about free society business risks, like the financial risks we describe below. Thank you, from [...]

RMail Eavesdropping Alerts You, When Common Phishing Email Schemes Impact You

September 01, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

We’ve extended email security to now let you know how secure your recipient’s inbox is. Novel, insightful, very cool! Recently, we’ve run a series of articles on RMail’s newest set of PRE-Crime services. For a refresher, please check our part 1 [...]

Protect Email Account With Eavesdropping Alerts

August 26, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

With email account eavesdropping alerts, you will know if a client’s (recipient’s) email is being unknowingly read by a nefarious party. If you’ve gone to see a summer movie since, well, ever, you know that sequels are pretty much a staple. Just this summer, we saw Tom Cruise reprise his role as fighter pilot, Maverick, in a sequel of the same name. And if you think sequels are just a lazy way for Hollywood to fill the time (and screens), consider that Top Gun: Maverick [...]

Three Tech Tips That Will Make You Appear to Be a Tech Guru

May 27, 2022 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Three Tech Tips For Your Backyard BBQ Chit Chat It’s always useful to have something to chat about at the holiday BBQ’s other than sports, weather, and summer vacation plans. Here are three popular “How To’s” that will make you appear to be a tech guru during your chit chat! (Caution – this type of holiday BBQ banter may alienate all but your most devout personal fans ?) How to Thwart Cyber Criminal Induced Mis-Wires (Wire Fraud) [...]