Email protection vendors like ProofPoint can make it hard for cybersecurity companies that engage in Phish Testing to deliver their tests to employee inboxes. This article outlines the steps required to setup Allow Lists for CyberHoot to deliver email to entities protected by ProofPoint.
Please note that if you are Phish Testing employees and you have enabled “URL Defense” in ProofPoint (recommended) then you will need to complete a second step outlined below.
In this step you will learn how to adjust ProofPoint’s Bulk score for an email sender (in this case CyberHoot).
Step 2 - Needed If Using Proofpoint's URL Defense
Navigate to System > Policy Routes and Click Add
Disable URL rewrites based on above Policy route > Navigate to Email Protection > Targeted Attack Protection > URL Defense > URL Rewrite Policies
For more instructional ‘HowTo’ videos, head over to our HowTo Library for more guidance. If you’re unsure where to start, review the following recommended videos and articles around common Administrator (or Super Administrator) pain points:
- HowTo: Work The Sales Module in CyberHoot
- HowTo: Setup A Phishing Campaign in CyberHoot
- HowTo: White/Allow List CyberHoot’s Relays and Domains
- HowTo: Add Users Via CSV File in CyberHoot
- HowTo: Add A PDF Policy in CyberHoot’s Platform
- HowTo: Create Your Own Training Program in CyberHoot’s Platform
CyberHoot does have some other resources available for your use. Below are links to all of our resources, feel free to check them out whenever you like:
- CyberHoot’s Blog
- Cybrary (Cyber Library)
- Infographics by CyberHoot
- CyberHoot’s Monthly Newsletters
- CyberHoot Press Releases
- CyberHoot Platform Instructional Videos (HowTo) – very helpful for our Super Users!
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