Making e-mail list management easier

Making e-mail list management easier

I’ve been thinking about the problems we have in maintaining the mail list for the Gibbs Irregulars (a list of...

April 12th, 2007 Mark Gibbs

E-mail attacks target unpatched Word hole

E-mail attacks target unpatched Word hole

Antivirus companies and the SANS Internet Storm Center (ISC) issued a warning Friday about sophisticated e-mail attacks that are using...

May 18th, 2006 Paul Roberts

Woman pleads guilty in porn spam case

Woman pleads guilty in porn spam case

A New Hampshire woman has pleaded guilty to spam-related charges in connection with a pornographic e-mail operation, the U.S. Department...

March 7th, 2006 Grant Gross

Fee-based e-mail plan raises eyebrows

Fee-based e-mail plan raises eyebrows

A plan from Yahoo Inc. and America Online Inc. (AOL) to adopt an e-mail certification system that charges mass mailers...

February 8th, 2006 Juan Carlos Perez

Antivirus companies warn about Bagle.AG threat

Antivirus companies warn about Bagle.AG threat

Network administrators returning to work after the weekend can enjoy a fresh Bagle with their coffee — and no, it's...

July 18th, 2004 Paul Roberts

New Bagel.U a virus of few words

New Bagel.U a virus of few words

Antivirus software companies are again warning e-mail users about a new version of the popular Bagel virus, which is spreading...

March 25th, 2004 Paul Roberts

Sober virus in the wild but slow-moving

Sober virus in the wild but slow-moving

An e-mail-borne virus that apparently originated in Germany is in the wild but has not yet spread widely or affected...

October 28th, 2003 Stephen Lawson

Sobig’s success prompts calls for secure e-mail

Sobig’s success prompts calls for secure e-mail

Even seasoned antivirus experts hadn't seen anything like the Sobig-F e-mail worm: Within hours of its release on Aug. 19,...

September 9th, 2003 Paul Roberts

Opportunism, spam behind new worms

Opportunism, spam behind new worms

A widespread and dangerous Microsoft Corp. Windows vulnerability, spam e-mail messages and human frailty combined in recent weeks to produce...

August 25th, 2003 Paul Roberts