Archive for the ‘SPF’ Category

AOL’s DMARC change fends off Com Spammers attack, but data breach still not explained

Tuesday, April 29, 2014 by Andrew Conway

In the past two weeks it’s quite possible that you received spam apparently from a friend’s AOL account, saying something like Have a nice day or People say it really works and then a link to what looks like a news magazine web site talking about diet pills. Here’s one of several that I received. […]

Stopping Email Abuse in IPv6 Networks

Tuesday, June 05, 2012 by Kevin San Diego

Many service providers, network providers, and corporations plan to launch additional IPv6 networks and on-line services during this year’s World IPv6 Day, which falls on June 6th, 2012. IPv6 promises to enable deployment of a seemingly endless number of networks and devices.  IPv6 provides 128-bits of addressable space, while IPv4 only provides 32-bits.  This means […]

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