Email and Messaging Threats spam phishing instant messaging
- December 09, 2004
This was the year of botnets, zombie PC armies and phishying online schemes.
- December 07, 2004
To combat attacks on enterprise networks delivered by rogue instant messages, software companies such as Microsoft, McAfee, AOL and Yahoo have thrown their support behind an IM threat center that promises to work in concert with other security ...
- December 07, 2004
Phishing was huge in 2004 and is shaping up to be an even bigger danger, according to e-mail security firm MessageLabs. AV vendor Kaspersky Labs notes other malware trends.
- December 02, 2004
In other news, Microsoft sues more spammers while phish schemes go after Google and Kazaa meets its match in court.
- November 24, 2004
In other news, judge dismisses case against keylogging whistleblower.
- November 01, 2004
There are indications Bagle's weekend attack left behind new proxy servers for spamming.
- October 22, 2004
Already feel like you're drowning in a sea of spam? Experts predict it will only get worse, more than doubling by 2007.
- October 19, 2004
A new survey shows consumers want more security before they'll embark in online banking and other e-services.
- October 07, 2004
Organized crime is pouring massive amounts of resources into phishing, online extortion and other malicious activities by exploiting a lack of U.S. law enforcement investment in cybercrime.
- September 30, 2004
I think Sender ID will be part of a solution, but what [customers] also need is the notion of reputation.
- September 29, 2004
In other news, new .jpg Trojan detected and New Zealand phone system hacked. U.N. warns of nuclear cyberattacks.
- September 24, 2004
Case study: How to protect confidential information, ward off spam and malware, and defend against intrusions with a smaller budget.
- September 20, 2004
Symantec's semi-annual Internet Threat Report finds hackers continued adding billions to the cost of doing business on the Internet.
- September 16, 2004
In other news, Debian fixes Webmin flaw and a local root hole is found in SUS. Georgian pleads guilty to huge ID theft scheme.
- September 02, 2004
Internet turns 35; federal computers used as spam relays; XP SP2 a bigger pain for smaller companies.