According to security firm Symantec, people are being sent fewer spam emails than at any time in the past 12 years. During June they said that fewer than 50% of emails which it scanned were junk – the lowest percentage it had seen in over a decade. Continue reading… “12 year low for spam email”
30% of “malicious” emails were sent from China and that 21.3% came from the city of Shaoxing alone
A city in eastern China has been identified as the world capital of cyber-espionage by an American internet security company. The firm traced 12 billion emails in a study which showed that a higher number of “targeted attacks” on computers come from China than previously thought.
Hackers and malware purveyors are becoming more sophisticated, meaning computer users need to become wiser and more proactive, too
After a year of unprecedented proliferation of spyware, malware and cyber attacks of all types, security software vendor Symantec warns there’s plenty more where that came from in its just-released 2010 Security Trends to Watch report.
Denver’s Invesco Field
Denver’s Pepsi Center and Invesco Field are just fine for their concerts and professional sporting events. But for when the Democrats come into town for their National Convention this week, the two buildings are getting technologically gutted.