Why do I need to allow PhishDeck’s IP?
While PhishDeck emulates a real phishing attack, it is ensured that this is conducted with traceability and governance in mind. To such an extent, unlike real attackers using illegal botnets or other illicit methods of sending large volumes of phishing emails, all of PhishDeck’s phishing simulation emails originate from a single IP. This is done not only to be easy to allow (some mail filters only allow IP allowlisting), but it’s also to ensure that it’s quick and easy to distinguish phishing simulation emails from real ones in the event of an investigation.
Naturally, IPs which only send phishing simulation emails are bound to be blocked, and to such an extent, we strongly suggest explicitly allowing PhishDeck’s IP addresses to avoid issues with your phishing simulation Campaigns – this process only needs to be set-up once.
For information on how to add PhishDeck to your provider’s allowlist, refer to the following documentation.