Email signatures and out-of-office replies can act as attack vectors

Email signatures often contain business’ phone numbers, Twitter/LinkedIn profiles etc. And this data, generally of no value to the recipient, can help cyber criminals in carrying out phishing attacks as it is completely verified. Similarly, out-of-office responses can also contain info that is crucial to businesses and can potentially be exploited. Thus, email signatures and out-of-office responses should be sent out in a specific format with minimal info.

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