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A man-in-the-middle attack occurs when an intruder convinces the legitimate parties involved in an email communication that they are communicating with each other.Email sec
Email spoofing is the falsification of an email header so that the message looks as if to have originated from someone or somewhere other than the real source.
When making 2016 travel plans, refer to this list of channel events -- including conferences hosted by IT vendors, distributors, industry organizations, and vendors that cater exclusively to VARs and MSPs.
While technically comparable to bare metal cloud offerings from IBM and Rackspace, AWS has a different motivation for offering dedicated hardware.
A form of fraud, phishing occurs when an attacker tries to learn information, such as login credentials or account information, by impersonating a reputable individual via email.
Malware, short for malicious software, is intended to gain access to or harm a computer. Attackers distribute various types of malware via email attachments that deliver viruses, worms, rootkits, Trojans, keyloggers, spyware and adware.
A buffer overflow attack occurs when a programming flaw allows an attacker to disrupt the integrity of a computer by sending an email message.
Email is one of the most common entry points for attacking an enterprise. Several types of email attacks have proven effective for evil doers.
Hackers send droves of messages to your email client with intent to block you from using the service or crashing your computer in an email denial-of-service (DoS) attack.