As we were preparing our Global Security Report for the first quarter of 2014, we were thinking about another approaching deadline: Mother's Day. On top of the cards, flowers, chocolates, and other gifts we wanted to offer moms everywhere a few helpful security tips.Read More
Over the last month we’ve caught and blocked a set of virus campaigns that use new and novel tactics designed specifically to beat filtering engines. One common component of all these campaigns is enormous volumes of traffic being sent to data centers, with peaks reaching three or four times normal network traffic.Read More
Earlier today we announced we have released an agent for SecureSurf web protection from AppRiver that will give organizations more flexibility and visibility while protecting them from the latest malware threats. In addition we have also updated SecureSurf block pages to better describe why a block occurred.Read More
Earlier this week many of our customers experienced an issue using Outlook to connect to their mailbox. These mailboxes are part of one of our Exchange systems we call EXG6.
Here’s what happened.
We updated the servers with an update from Microsoft for Exchange called SP3, which our engineers tested extensively in our...
Twitter and other forms of social media have exploded in popularity and there are many tools that have cropped up to help anyone monitor this activity. You can use these tools to help track keywords based on a hobby, interest, or your business.Read More
Earlier today we announced the release of an end-of-year overview of the spam and other threats we tracked during 2011 and a look forward to the security threat trends we see on the horizon for 2012. You can read the entire 2011 Spam and Threatscape report, or if you prefer spend five minutes watching our video overview.Read More