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For example, certiﬁed emails [3,5,20] deal with fair exchange between a recipient’s receipt and a sender’s email. Although there may be some resemblance between the certiﬁed email protocols and our approach to dealing with impostor emails, the two problems are indeed fundamentally different. First, the ultimate goal of certiﬁed emails is to fulﬁll fair exchange transactions between two end users, not necessarily between the corresponding incoming and outgoing email servers (unless one would like to make the unrealistic assumption that the users fully trust, and thus would even give their private keys to, the email servers).
8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Alice logs into her local email client. After composing a message, Alice’s email client logs in to the server. Alice’s password is sent to an account veriﬁer to determine her authenticity. The account veriﬁer grants Alice access to her account. The server contacts the email client to send the message. Alice’s email client sends the message to the outbox in her account. The system delivers the message to the email server for delivery. Alice’s email server executes getMaudeMessage(Headers, email) which returns (sender, recipient, subject, body).
We need a solution that is transparent to end users. J. Kartaltepe and S. Xu / On Automatically Detecting Malicious Impostor Emails On the relationship with other loosely related works. There are some other works that are loosely related to ours. For example, certiﬁed emails [3,5,20] deal with fair exchange between a recipient’s receipt and a sender’s email. Although there may be some resemblance between the certiﬁed email protocols and our approach to dealing with impostor emails, the two problems are indeed fundamentally different.