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  • Romania, Panama cutting back on spam

    Romania and Panama, two of the world's notable sources of spam, now have fewer computers producing it, according to security vendor Cloudmark.

    Written by Jeremy Kirk29 April 15 09:16
  • 500 websites at hosting companies are compromised each day: report

    Cyber-criminals are compromising websites at hosting companies at an ever furious rate in order to exploit them to host dangerous content and send spam via compromised accounts, according to messaging security firm Cloudmark in its threat report today.

    Written by Ellen Messmer24 July 13 18:22
  • Gift card SMS spam drops after FTC action, Cloudmark finds

    The volume of mobile spam messages touting free gift cards sharply fell after the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed complaints in early March against eight companies, according to antispam vendor Cloudmark.

    Written by Jeremy Kirk18 April 13 03:33
  • Android botnet abuses people's phones for SMS spam

    In a new twist, spammers have built a botnet that sends SMS spam through infected Android phones, shifting the potentially pricey cost of sending spam to victims.

    Written by Jeremy Kirk18 Dec. 12 04:04
  • Android botnet abuses people's phones for SMS spam

    In a new twist, spammers have built a botnet that sends SMS spam through infected Android phones, shifting the potentially pricey cost of sending spam to victims.

    Written by Jeremy Kirk18 Dec. 12 04:04
Features about Cloudmark
  • Why you need to care more about DNS

    When you say Domain Name System (DNS), you might think, naturally enough, of domain names and the technical details of running your Internet connection. You might be concerned about denial of service attacks on your website, or someone hijacking and defacing it.

    Written by Mary Branscombe15 July 15 23:57
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