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Email Bombing and Spamming  10 January 2005 
Source: "Email Bombing and Spamming" - Posted by Administrator   
This document provides a general overview of problems associated with electronic mail bombing and email spamming.
 
Guidelines on email Security  02 December 2004 
Source: "Guidelines on email Security" - Posted by Administrator   
Recommendations from NIST on email security. [PDF]
 
Outbound Email Security and Content Compliance in Today's Enterprise  02 December 2004 
Source: "Outbound Email Security and Content Compliance in Today's Enterprise" - Posted by Administrator   
Email has emerged as the most important medium for communications both inside and outside the enterprise. The convenience and ubiquity of email is now threatened, however, by new risks having nothing to do with inbound threats such as spam and viruse
 
The spam economy: the convergent spam and virus threats  02 December 2004 
Source: "The spam economy: the convergent spam and virus threats" - Posted by Administrator   
Spammers, virus writers and hackers were once distinct communities with distinct motivations. However, the success of spam has brought the three together in an underground economy with a single purpose: to make money from unsolicited email. This pape
 
No Phishing: Protecting Employees from Email Fraud  02 December 2004 
Source: "No Phishing: Protecting Employees from Email Fraud" - Posted by Administrator   
Identity theft, or stealing a person’s credentials to gain access to accounts and information, has become the number one crime in the United States. One of the fastest growing forms of identity theft is phishing, a relatively new form of online fra
 
Filtering Spam with Procmail  29 November 2004 
Source: "Filtering Spam with Procmail" - Posted by Administrator   
This article looks at procmail's built-in logging mechanism. We'll then take a look at some other available resources that build on procmail's capabilities.
 
Filtering Spam with Procmail  23 November 2004 
Source: "Filtering Spam with Procmail" - Posted by Administrator   
This article looks at procmail's built-in logging mechanism. We'll then take a look at some other available resources that build on procmail's capabilities.
 
qmail Anti-Spam HOWTO  23 November 2004 
Source: "qmail Anti-Spam HOWTO" - Posted by Administrator   
This document discusses anti-spam philosophies from a variety of perspectives and provides information about available options for dealing with spam.
 
A Newbie's Guide to Qmail  23 November 2004 
Source: "A Newbie's Guide to Qmail" - Posted by Administrator   
This documentation is a step-by-step guide to downloading, compiling and installing Qmail: a Mail Transport Agent (MTA) that was closed to third-party relay *by default*.
 
A Brief Comparison of Email Encryption Protocols  23 November 2004 
Source: "A Brief Comparison of Email Encryption Protocols" - Posted by Administrator   
This documentation briefly reviews and compares five major email encryption protocols under consideration: MOSS, MSP, PGP, PGP/MIME, and S/MIME. Each is capable of adequate security, but also suffers from the lack of good implementation, in the conte
 
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