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AV-Test.org's latest comparison of security suites for Android have many products with very high scores. Among the best, the difference is in a comparison of features and capabilities for the enterprise.
After revelations that it had inspected a Hotmail customer's email as part of an internal investigation, Microsoft announced new rules last week. This week, following "uncomfortable" criticism of that policy, the company announced new rules: no inspections without a warrant.
[CORRECTION] Applying some of the more than 1.5 million new Android malware samples found this year, independent lab AV-Test compares Android solutions. They also look at usability, impact on system performance and other security features.
When Google accuses you of serving malware or spam from your web site it's a humiliating outrage. The company has improved their tools for you to recover your site and its reputation.
Australian online shopping company Grays has paid AU$165,000 for its breach of the Spam Act.
Quote of the Day, from renowned sci-fi author turned innovator who fears we're wasting brainpower.
After some Dropbox users started seeing a sudden increase in spam, even if they only use their e-mail address for the file storage service, Dropbox launched an investigation and even hired experts to further look into the issue. The company has posted an update on its findings so far: zip, zero, zilch.
What if Facebook let you pay to promote your posts? That's exactly what the company is testing right now: the Highlight feature lets you pay to spam every single one of your Facebook friends.
Online scammers are switching from spam email to social-media attacks in the hunt for victims, according to security company Symantec's latest threat report
Asian economic giant takes crown from U.S. in Top 12 spam-relaying countries, as region remains highest spam distributing continent but junk volume drops slightly over last quarter, report reveals.
In a world where law enforcement is governed across different jurisdictions, criminals are exploiting the borderless properties of the internet to conduct online crimes and get away without even being challenged, according to Trend Micro senior architect of anti-spam and URL filtering Jonathan Oliver.
Rachel Fielding delivers a great report on how the company that sells Spam in England moved to Managed Print Services.
Payroll services company ADP Australia has inadvertently made a marketing email list accessible on the internet, exposing its customers to spam and phishing messages.
Region accounts for most spam worldwide, with more Asian nations joining the "Dirty Dozen" list which ranks South Korea second after the United States, according to new Sophos report.
Do you ever wonder how Facebook fights spam? The company has released some details about the Facebook Immune System (FIS), which processes 650,000 actions every second.
Hotmail has seen the second part of a revamp that brings features such as one-click actions and multi-level folder support to the web service for the first time
Microsoft is adding more granular spam-fighting and organization tools to Hotmail between now and the end of the year, officials said on October 3.
UK anti-spam organisation Spamhaus must pay a token $3, not $11.7m, in damages to a US marketing company after placing it on a spam blacklist.
New standard renders traditional IP blacklisting approach unworkable, says industry expert, who also urges government agencies to stop using free Web e-mail for official communications.
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