What is corpoutlook.com and is it Legitimate?

What is corpoutlook.com and is it Legitimate?

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Getting a lot of suspicious emails from corpoutlook.com? Do not be alarmed, the emails are not malicious. The website or domain name(corpoutlook.com) is legitimate and belongs to a risk management company called Wombat Security Technologies that provides training for end users.

Wombat Security Technologies uses corpoutlook.com to create phishing threat simulations to educate and test end users through automated attack simulations and quality security awareness training. They display the following message at www.corpoutlook.com to tell online users what the domain or website name is used for:

"Hi! This web site belongs to Wombat Security Technologies, the proactive user risk management company. This domain is used to deliver some pretty awesome training to end users. This page is a boring placeholder just to let you know that this domain is legitimate and that we're not evil hackers. The email that led you here was likely sent by your company, agency, or organization as part of a training program.

If you have questions, you can contact your help desk. If you still have questions you can contact us at support@wombatsecurity.com."

Wombat Security Technologies' Website

Wombat Security Technologies - wombatsecurity.com

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  • November 5, 2019 at 1:14 PM by an anonymous user from: Louisville, Kentucky, United States

    Thanks to the folks at Wombat for not using a recent one that was a "dead ringer" for a USPS email. I submit that no person could have been reasonably expected to have "picked up" on that one.

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