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Hotmail, MSN, and Outlook.com all affected.
Publishes under the BSD licence.
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Major security gaffe.
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Company denies any security issues.
Proposes DIME for end-to-end encryption.
Anti-spam firm MessageLabs has published figures showing that spam now accounts for 81.5 percent of all e-mail traffic world-wide, and names the ten worst US states for spam.
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The Mozilla Foundation is injecting £1.49 million into a new company that will handle the development of Thunderbird and develop other email innovations.
Mozilla's CEO has laid out three possible futures for Thunderbird, and is hoping that the community can choose the free email client's fate.
McAfee has created a 10-question test to see if your scam-detecting skills are up to par.
The owner of Facebook is facing allegations of stealing the idea from his fellow classmates at Harvard University.
Google has added yet another name to its growing enterprise - the company has acquired security provider Postini for $625m.
One of the world's top ten spammers, along with his staff, has been nabbed by US authorities.
Microsoft has announced that Windows Live Hotmail, the successor to MSN Hotmail, has launched globablly in 36 languages.
3, 2, 1 Mozilla Thunderbird 2 is go, supporting Vista and great new features like Message Tagging, improved Search and Advanced Folder Views.
Two spammers from South Korea have been arrested on suspicion of sending out 1.6 billion unsolicited emails over a four month period.
The fuzz employs 'computer security' experts to go to town on Downing Street's email. n00b!
Champion moaner, Jack Thompson, is already kicking up a fuss about GTA IV. When will this man shut up?
Have you been buried under a deluge of porn, penis enlargement and stock offers? The spam problem is getting worse, with no visible way out.
Fed up of having separate accounts and programmes for IM, email, Skype, calendar, todo list, and all the rest? Microsoft might have the answer.
AppleBerry - not a flavour of lemonade, but a rumoured device coming from the two computing firms. Could instant email be about to get more addictive?
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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