Suspicious Email Submitter
The Suspicious Email Submitter is an extension for common web browsers and email clients that enables the user to easily submit a suspicious email with all the information necessary to a pre-configured destination for further analysis, such as a MISP instance.
This project is hosted by the Computer Incident Response Center for Civil Society (CiviCERT), representing the needs of the at-risk communities Rapid Response Network member organizations serve. The extension will be built to be easily configurable for use by other organizations and communities both within and beyond these communities.
Current Development Status
|target platform||supported email providers||status|
|Chrome/Chromium web browser||Google Mail, Yahoo Mail (classic)||beta|
|Firefox web browser||Google Mail, Yahoo Mail (classic)||beta|
|Thunderbird desktop client||all email providers||alpha|
|Outlook desktop client||all email providers||not started|
How to use
Please see the wiki for instructions on how to use the Suspicious Email Submitter, as a user or as a provider.
The Suspicious Email Submitter requires a configuration file in order to function.
If you work with at-risk groups who would benefit from this tool and would like to participate in the private testing phase, please contact Michael Carbone email@example.com (OpenPGP fingerprint: D3D8 BEBF ECE8 91AC 46A7 30DE 63FC 4D26 84A7 33B4).
How to contribute
To contribute to the Chrome/Chromium or Firefox extensions, please see the Contributing file. For the Thunderbird and Outlook add-ons, please wait for development to slow before contributing.
The Suspicious Email Submitter is licensed under GPLv3.