In the past, we've written a number of articles about SEO & web development spammers, primarily based in India. As we've written previously, SEO & web dev spam...Continue Reading
Recently, we've started seeing a new type of spam-driven EMail scam involving fake purchase orders. We've seen two or three different examples of the scam, but they all...Continue Reading
In the past, we've written about the extremely dim view we take of SEO & web development spammers; while it's nowhere near as dangerous as other types of spam, it...Continue Reading
As we've detailed in the past, French hosting provider OVH has become one of the Internet's largest single sources of spam, blurring the lines between a true "...Continue Reading
When you run a mail server and spend several hours a day blocking & reporting spam, patterns become noticeable after a while - in particular, which providers are good at...Continue Reading
While the majority of spam EMail today originates "overseas" (from the context of North Americans, at least), there is still a substantial amount of "grey-area spam from seemingly-...Continue Reading
I've used mobile devices for a very long time: from steno-pad-and-pen to a 26-pound luggable computer, from the Palm Pilot to an iPad, from a Motorola bag phone to an iPhone....Continue Reading
The wind was rising on Friday night when we went to bed, and was a roaring monster by dawn when we lost power. The top of one of our poplars broke off and smashed part of a neighbour&...Continue Reading
If you're using email, the web, file sharing and social networks to connect to customers and prospects, then you probably have a domain name. And if you don't have the .COM...Continue Reading
Spam watchers are noting a new trend: using Google's link shortening tool to hide the real location of links to malicious software.
The links are in a variety of spam attacks,...Continue Reading
In the past few months, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has opened floodgates and let loose a deluge of new domain name extensions (or gTLDs)....Continue Reading
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