If you use email, you’ll have encountered spam. But do you know where the term comes from, and why it’s used to refer to unwanted email? This section provides more details.
Phishing attacks are commonly used by cybercriminals. This section contains examples of phishing attacks, and advice on how to protect yourself and your data against this type of threat.
Spam comes in many different varieties, ranging from advertizing of legitimate goods and services to political propaganda to Internet scams. Read on to find out more about the most common types of spam.
Spam isn’t only a nuisance, but can pose a threat to your computer or your data. This section provides simple, practical guidelines on how you can reduce the amount of spam you receive.
May 23 2013
The percentage of spam in email traffic was up 2.1 percentage points compared with March and averaged 72.2% The percentage of phishing emails decreased by a factor of three compared with March, dropping to 0.002% In April, malicious files were found in 2.4% of all emails, a decrease of 1.6...
May 08 2013
The percentage of spam in total mail traffic was up by 0.5 percentage points in the first quarter, averaging 66.5%.
Apr 18 2013
The percentage of spam in email traffic was down 1 percentage point compared with February and averaged 70.1%
Mar 21 2013
The percentage of spam in email traffic was up 12.8 percentage points compared with January and averaged 71.1%.
Feb 21 2013
The percentage of spam in email traffic was down 7.7 percentage points compared with December and averaged 58.3%
Feb 14 2013
In the world of espionage, a ‘honey trap’ traditionally involves a seductive encounter designed to coax information out of an agent, or to compromise him in his work.
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