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The Return of Jacques Tits

It has been a year since we last discussed fraudulent domain name registrar scams and we wanted to let people know that this scam continues unabated. In a nutshell, a message is sent to a publicly-visible email address listed on your website (sales, support, the CEO's office, a public relations contact, et cetera) from a

Ten Ways to Dodge Cyber-Bullets (Part 5)

[Part 5 of an occasional series, updating a blog series I ran in early 2009 to reflect changes in the threat landscape. This series will also be available shortly as a white paper.] Trust People, Not Addresses Don’t trust unsolicited files or embedded links, even from friends. It’s easy to spoof email addresses, for instance,

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