Monthly Archives: June 2011

Spam lawsuit guide

Mailchimp has released a guide to spam lawsuits with advice on how to not be a target. I had the pleasure of meeting some of the Mailchimp legal staff last year when I was down there to do on-site training for their abuse desk employees. I was quite impressed with them and their understanding of […]

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New security focused services

Steve’s been busy this week working on some new products. You can see the first at Did Company Leak? This is a neat little hack that looks at social media reports to see if a there are reports of leaks, breaches or hacks and gives you a list of tweets that reference them. And, yes, […]

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Prepping for MAAWG

The June MAAWG meeting is next week. Both of us are working on various projects, documents and announcements for the meeting. This means light blogging, although we’ll post public announcements as they come out. If you’re going to MAAWG be sure to stop by and say hi!

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Gmail reports spear phishing attack

No one, it seems, is immune from account compromise attempts. Today Google reported they had identified a systemic campaign to compromise Gmail accounts belonging to “senior U.S. government officials, Chinese political activists, officials in several Asian countries (predominantly South Korea), military personnel and journalists.” Google offers a number of solutions for users, including the ability […]

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