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The problem is if there was an algorithm that could be reliably employed and could be captured in an Answer, then we would not have a phishing problem as email servers could use the algorithm to prevent the emails. I've looked into this a lot over the years. There is no clear technical answer on how to determine if an email is a phish or not. The answers ...


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The key problem here is that 'best' is an opinion, and Stack Exchange is very much not a place to ask questions that will result in opinions. As an example, I may really like tool X. Someone else may hate it and prefer tool Y, which I think is terrible. How would you decide which is correct for you from that info? We already have two great pages for what you ...


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It seems to me that there is quite a bit of time wasted on the assumption that people on here (whitehat, blackhat, grey, yellow...) are actually telling the truth about who they are. Honestly, when I read a question I skim over personal details and all the 'fluff' just to figure out what the actual question or answer is -from an objective perspective. In ...


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I believe marking it as a duplicate is the best way to go. The original poster gets enough information to make his own decision. Subsequent viewers are directed to useful information. Potential responders will not waste time reinventing the wheel. In this case, we are fortunate to have a very well-written response. It would be a shame to let it go to waste....


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