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Introducing email security

In Coro, phishing refers to any fraudulent email message aimed at deceiving the user into disclosing sensitive information or downloading malware.

Coro classifies two types of email security tickets:

Malware in Email Attachment: Malware discovered in email attachments. Email Phishing: Phishing emails including domain impersonation, or any email with the intention to mislead the recipient.

To view all email security related tickets, select the Emails component of the Actionboard:

Emails component

To learn more about the Actionboard components, see Actionboard overview.

To learn more about how Coro processes email tickets, see Ticket log and Email ticket logic.

When an email is received, Coro performs the following two step email inspection process:

Malware in email attachment inspection process.

Phishing in email inspection process.