This service analyses sets of email file in .eml format to identify the unsolicited ones (SPAM). Moreover, the service divides the spam email in the following classes:
- Advertisement: Unsolicited advertisement emails, designed to advertise a product without the recipient consent to receive advertisement emails.
- Portal: Malicious emails that redirect the reader toward a set of intermediate steps to an advertisement portal web page. These pages advertise several products from different categories, making difficult to identify who is behind the spam email.
- Malware: The email carries a malicious attachment (malware), aimed at infecting the recipient device.
- Phishing: The email attempts to convince the recipient to reveal the credentials for one or more services that he accesses (bank, social network, etc.).
- Confidential Trick: Fraud email aimed at pushing the recipient in paying money to the attacker.
Moreover the service clusters spam emails by similarity in order to identify email belonging to the same campaign, likely generated by the same attacker