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Everything leaks eventually

We have a role address we use to receive support requests from users of our Abacus ticketing system – they’re typically abuse or security desk administrators at ISPs or ESPs, inside corporate firewalls and protected by multiple layers of security and malware protection. We’ve been using it since around 1997, so we’ve had a good, spam-free run, […]

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Fast and loose

Politicians often play fast and loose with permission and data. This can cause them all sorts of problems with email delivery at major ISPs. I really expect that politicians buy, sell, transfer, spindle, mutilate and fold data. If they can use it to further their goals, they will. And, many of the consumer protection and […]

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Address leak leads to phishing

A number of people in the industry are reporting getting phishing emails to addresses they used at DocuSign. There were initial reports of a DocuSign data breach back in December. Now it appears DocuSign is being used as a phishing target. At 8:40AM PST this morning, 1/24/2013, DocuSign became aware of new malware spam emails […]

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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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