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Author AvatarClick to View CategoryScared Yet, You Will Be

by Webnme2 on Apr 26th 2010 in Legal and Social Issues, Security

Tweet Pin It “Off to a scary start” might be the right way to describe the week so far, if you are an avid user of the Internet. Aside from the Pope warning us of the dangers of the digital age (Amid Calls for Transparency, Pope Describes Dangers of Digital Age) and academia warning that […]


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Author AvatarClick to View CategoryCyber Camps – Treasure Hunt & Scholarships

by Webnme2 on Apr 20th 2010 in Security

Tweet Pin It If you are 18 or older; live in or are a student attending school in New York, California, or Delaware; and have an interest in cyber-security; you may want to visit the following two websites: The U.S. Cyber Challenge is sponsoring the Security Treasure Hunt competitions which run from April […]


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Author AvatarClick to View CategorySpam Stats

by Webnme2 on Mar 31st 2010 in Security

Tweet Pin It CNN’s SciTechBlog in “A new look at spam, by the numbers” notes that the growth of spam has continued to increase despite the good news that Twitter has significantly reduced the amount of spam in its posts. So how bad is it? Symantec has a metric on Spam Volume by month that […]


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Author AvatarClick to View CategoryWho Clicks on Spam?

by Webnme2 on Mar 27th 2010 in Security

Tweet Pin It Short answer: Millions The Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG) has just released an extensive report on consumer behavior in regard to spam which is a real eye opener for most seasoned internet users. Amazing as it may seem, less than half of the people surveyed saw themselves as most responsible for stopping […]


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