Email and Messaging Threats spam phishing instant messaging
- January 07, 2008
Despite arrests of high profile spammers in 2007, spam continues to plague company servers.
- December 20, 2007
Google is addressing a virus spreading on its social network and a new Trojan hijacking Google text advertisements.
- December 06, 2007
Spam volume continues to climb and grow more dangerous, tricking employees into opening malware laden messages.
- November 19, 2007
Consumers may have a greater chance of getting scammed this holiday season thanks to cybsersquatters and phishers offering free gift cards and brand name items.
- November 02, 2007
Software as a Service (SaaS) is growing in popularity, and along with it comes the inevitable debate over the security implications. Driving the debate is recent news about a security breach ...
- October 29, 2007
Vulnerability researchers warn of multiple flaws in Symantec Mail Security for SMTP, Exchange and Domino. Attackers could exploit them to compromise targeted machines.
- October 17, 2007
Researchers have found new evidence that attackers are targeting Web 2.0 applications and VoIP with increased vigor. Companies are ill-prepared to meet the threat, they say.
- October 04, 2007
Yahoo is introducing DomainKeys signature-based email authentication technology in an effort to cut down on phishing attacks using fake eBay and PayPal messages.
- September 26, 2007
Researchers at Core Security say attackers could run malware on targeted computers by exploiting a flaw in the widely-used AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) application.
- July 26, 2007
An independent study finds that many enterprises are not satisfied with traditional antispam technologies.
- July 17, 2007
Vulnerability researchers say attackers could exploit flaws in AOL Instant Messenger, Trillian and Yahoo Messenger to run malicious code or cause a denial of service.
- July 13, 2007
Spammers that target enterprises are switching from image spam to emails containing PDF attachments that could eventually perform denial of service attacks and spread bot code.
- May 31, 2007
The arrest may reduce the volume of spam in the short-term, say experts and analysts, but the real spam threat comes from criminal gangs based in Asia and Russia.
- May 23, 2007
DomainKeys Identified Mail specification (DKIM) gained approval as an official IETF standard. The approval is seen as a major step in the fight against spam and phishing attacks.
- May 10, 2007
Attackers could exploit flaws in Symantec's Norton AntiVirus and pcAnywhere to launch malicious code or compromise a user's session credentials.