Webroot Spy Sweeper 6.1 is an excellent application for detecting and removing spyware and other internet security threats, helping to keep both your computer and your data and information safe and secure. Read on to find out more in this detailed review of Webroot Spy Sweeper.
Anti-spam product reviews and details of the latest trends in spam
Spam has become a global pandemic which costs businesses billions of dollars per year. Here, you will find details about the spam trends, anti-spam product reviews, buyers guides and information about emerging threats. You can also find articles about the best free spam blocker products to keep you email inbox clean, how to spot spam messages to avoid getting involved in email frauds, and methods to setup spam filters to catch junk messages you don’t want.
Outlook and Thunderbird are the two major email clients and this article compares the security features of these two email clients considering spam emails, junk emails, public folders and other related issues.
People often fear that cookies will damage their hard drive, copy their data, and reveal their identity. If you use the Internet, you might want to find out what cookies are, what they are used for, etc. Read on to find answers to such questions here.
You might send a one line e-mail message but along with it, a large text is also sent, which gets even bigger before it arrives at the recipient’s inbox. This piece of text is called as e-mail header. Never heard about this text before? Find out what email header does & how it could be useful.
Looking for the best free spam blocker? MailWasher is an anti-spam program that stops spam in its tracks BEFORE it reaches your email program. Read on to find out more in Bright Hub’s review of Firetrust MailWasher.
We’ve all seen emails and online ads for various ‘work at home’ type jobs, and it should come as no surprise that most of them are scams. With the current state of the economy and many people looking for any kind of income, these scams have been popping up at an alarming rate.
It’s inevitable: if you have an e-mail address, then you’re bound to get spam. It’s annoying, it’s irritating and highly inappropriate especially if you have kids of your own with e-mail addresses. The best way to combat it requires some work, but can easily be done.
Have you gotten an email lately from McDonald’s where they offer to pay you $75-80 just for taking a brief survey? If so, it is a scam used to trick people into providing credit card information in order to be paid for taking the bogus survey.
David Kelleher, communications and research analyst at GFI’s GFISecurityLabs discusses e-mail management
Agnitum (Developers of the Outpost Pro Firewall) offers a free spam blocker called Spam Terrier. In this review I will be comparing Spam Terrier to the standard spam fighting tools in Outlook and Outlook Express. Also briefly explain what spam is for those who have never heard of the term “Spam”.
This article outlines the process that a business should undergo before investing in a server-side anti-spam solution.
Spam used to be a minor nuisance; today, it has become a major problem that cost businesses more than $100 billion in 2007. This article discusses the evolution of spam and what you can do to protect your business against it.