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On-Premise Versus Cloud-Based Spam Filtering: Forefront Protection for Exchange

Written by Yves Lacombe on . Posted in Email Security & Antispam

      In September of 2012, Microsoft announced that they were discontinuing Forefront Protection for Exchange in favor of a cloud based solution (Exchange Online Protection), definition updates would continue into 2015.    This is pretty much in line with their cloud strategy where Microsoft is trying to leverage its Office 365 infrastructure to provide [...]

CM Security Mobile App

Written by Jason Carreiro on . Posted in Email Security & Antispam

          Some of my recent blog articles were related to mobile and Wi-Fi security. After reading some reviews for mobile app security software for Android, I came across CM (CleanMaster) Security. CM is a free application available on Google Play that is a bundle package security for your data and privacy. The application comes available with [...]

POODLE Attack

Written by Mike Ambrosone on . Posted in Email Security & Antispam

                              Google has disclosed information about vulnerabilities in the design of SSL 3.0. This may allow a potential network attacker to calculate the plaintext of secure connections. This cyber-attack is called a “Poodle” (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption). In the case of a Poddle attack a hacker can force your browser to [...]

Public Wi-Fi Security

Written by Jason Carreiro on . Posted in Email Security & Antispam

                  With Wi-Fi services being offered for free by many major outlets one has to wonder if this is a good  or a bad thing. The up side is that free internet services can be provided to you at any time during the day with easy access. The down side is ,how to protect [...]

Respect for Sales People

Written by Yves Lacombe on . Posted in Email Security & Antispam

       There’s something that has really gnawed at me for a while.  Call it guilt.   I’m a geek, a techie who has been dealing with technology since I was 11 years old.  I’m 46 years old today and making a good living at it as an IT guy and programmer on the side. I don’t know [...]

My users are getting bounce messages for emails they never sent out

Written by Yves Lacombe on . Posted in Email Security & Antispam

If you’ve found yourself in a situation where your end users for some reason are getting bounce notifications for emails they didn’t send out – don’t panic. Sometimes it _could_ mean your server has been compromised (i.e.: someone managed to guess the user’s password and is sending mail using their account).  However unless your mail [...]

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