Phishing for an Identity

Phishing is rapidly becoming on the largest threats to your personal, financial, and emotional wellbeing. No I am not talking about Saturday afternoons out on the boat with your grandfather, listening to stories that being with "When I was your age?"-now while these probably conjure up horrific childhood memories of... Read More

20 Words That Kill - At Least When It Comes to Spam Filters

Spam, spam, spam. It's terrible not only for those of us on the receiving end, but for those of us who SEND e-mail. This deluge of irritating junk has unfortunately interfered with legitimate e-zine publishers, because we're caught in the anti-spam crossfire. If you publish any type of e-mail publication,... Read More

The Great Spam Scam: Five Strategies To Stop Brand and Revenue Robbery

Marketers usually think of anti-spam tactics as 'how to prevent' readers from perceiving their e-communications as spam. There is another, more sinister, consequence that may affect you. Spam is not just an inconvenience. For legitimate businesses, it steals productivity, erode your brand, and rob you of revenue. Many companies... Read More

Lockspam Free 3.0 Released!

6 August, 2004: Polesoft Inc., home of Professional anti spam software, announced today that Lockspam Free 3.0 (see also Lockspam Pro 3.0 in the end) is now available.Some features of Lockspam Free 3.0 antispam software:1. Function with Most POP3 Mail Clients Lockspam Free 3.0 can work with mail clients like... Read More

Getting Back To Basics.

While we all agree that there`s way too much spamming/junk-mailing going on in our email boxes, there are a couple of things we can do to reduce the amount of mails we actually have to sift through, without having to resort to paying for expensive software that can be a... Read More

Winning the War On Spam

For years I didn't worry much about spam.But lately it's got out of control. Over half of my email is now spam, and it was growing by the week - until I took action.This article shows you some strategies for winning the war on spam.------------------------------------------------How Do They Get Your Address?------------------------------------------------In... Read More

How To Analyze A Rip-Off Scheme

This review is taken DIRECTLY from a piece of "junk mail." It is or the program that starts out with the heading: "Before You Decide To Throw This Away, Please Read The Enclosed At Least Once - Then Decide. This is Not a Chain Letter! I Threw The Program in... Read More

Anti Trackback and Comment Spam Methods

What is spam ? spam is text or URL, in one or several exemplars, neither being waited nor wished, not having, neither directly nor from its shipper, no relationship neither with the recipient nor with a possible resource related to the... Read More

Beware of the Newest Activity Online: Phishing

No. I'm not talking here about the outdoor activity enjoyed by many. And no again; I did not misspell it. Phishing is the name given to the latest online scam where millions of unwary Americans are getting their identities stolen.This fraudulent activity is considered the fastest growing crime of modern... Read More

Spam Filters Explained

What do they do? How do they work? Which one is right for me? By Alan HearnshawSpam is a very real problem that many people have to deal with on a daily basis. For those that have decided to do something about it and start to investigate the options available... Read More

In The News:

Tech expert Kurt “CyberGuy" Knutsson shows you how to categorize open tabs into custom groups for streamlined browsing.
Tech expert Kurt “CyberGuy" Knutsson reveals how you can secure your iPhone/iPad: Strong passcode, biometric security and software updates.
Here's how you can take better family pictures by using your iPhone or Android's photo timer, a tripod, editing tools and a good prompt to get everyone to smile naturally.
Stay up to date on the latest AI technology advancements and learn about the challenges and opportunities AI presents now and for the future.
An internal investigation by Advance Auto Parts determined over 2 million people were affected by a data breach that exposed names, Social Security numbers and driver's licenses.
Toys "R" Us is back with a cutting-edge short film using artificial intelligence to tell the story of its origins that's innovative and nostalgic.
Elon Musk announced Tuesday that he plans to move the California headquarters for SpaceX to Texas, citing California Gavin Newsom's progressive politics.
Data breaches happen all the time – and it's important to take quick, decisive action if your information gets caught up in one. Here's how.
Retirement is perfect for starting a passion project and earning money. Tech expert Kurt “CyberGuy" Knutsson shows you how.
Tokyo researchers have developed a method to create living skin for robots by using perforation anchors. Kurt “CyberGuy" Knutsson reveals the exciting possibilities.
Tech expert Kurt “CyberGuy" Knutsson talks about how to secure your accounts and monitor credit if your number is found on the dark web.
Tech expert Kurt “CyberGuy" Knutsson discusses how Stanford’s HumanPlus robot learns tasks by watching humans.
Hackers are skipping attempts to infiltrate Facebook accounts. Now, they're using photos, names and information to clone Facebook accounts.
Scientists at the University of Tokyo have developed a robot that can drive a regular vehicle. Musashi is a humanoid robot that mimics humans.
AT&A announced a data breach that affected nearly all of the company's cellular customers, raising serious concerns about customer privacy and security.
Stay up to date on the latest AI technology advancements and learn about the challenges and opportunities AI presents now and for the future.
Dave is the world's most advanced artificial intelligence Lego robotic head from Creative Mindstorms that combines toy blocks with cutting-edge AI technology.
Security robot Athena from Kody Robots is like a superhero among surveillance robots with brains of the most advanced artificial intelligence.
Researchers found the largest password leak ever with 10 billion unique passwords. Kurt “CyberGuy" Knutsson discusses how this a wake-up call for everyone who uses the internet.
Kurt “CyberGuy" Knutsson discusses how Kodiak Robotics’ tech may transform commercial/military transport.
Stay up to date on the latest AI technology advancements and learn about the challenges and opportunities AI presents now and for the future.
Twilio confirmed to CyberGuy that hackers got access to 33 million phone numbers related to its Authy two-factor authentication service.
EOS-X Space, a Spanish company, is preparing to launch a luxury balloon capsule into near-space in 2025, allowing travelers to float to the stratosphere.
Scammers' newest frontier is real-estate — and bad actors finding targeting homeowners, buyers and sellers with their familiar dirty tricks.
Kurt “CyberGuy" Knutsson’s Prime Day guide: Top savings tips and cheap membership tricks.
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