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The Big Business of Spam: Scammers once again, looking to capitalize on a tragic natural disaster

Tragic events such as the 7.8 earthquake that hit Nepal last week has brought a tremendous outpouring of help from countries all over the world. Unfortunately, it has also been used as a ploy to try and dupe users into falling for monetary scams. Spammers looking to capitalize on the best intentions of others have begun their...

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The Big Business of Spam: Bruce Jenner’s untold confession and allegations of abuse of the Kardashian Sisters

The rise in third-party affiliate spam that markets pharmaceutical products is one of the more alarming trends we have seen. In fact, we have seen pharmacy spam increase 20 percent so far in 2015 compared to what we saw in 2014. Although the products are legal for purchase and use, they have not been vetted or approved by the FDA....

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The Pope Makes Shocking Admission… He takes pills for what??

Spammers around the globe continue to get creative with their stories in order to entice attention. There is a recent spam outbreak that claims Pope Francis has made a “shocking admission” about taking ‘Neuroflexyn,’ a new drug that purportedly enhances his brain power. According to the email, the benefits of this drug are...

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Protecting your web applications from the Universal XSS Vulnerability in Internet Explorer 11

by Neeraj Khandelwal  A vulnerability in IE 11 has been announced by security researcher David Leo, which has yet to be patched by Microsoft. This zero-day vulnerability, termed as Universal XSS, bypasses the Same Origin Policy (SOP) implemented by IE. SOP ensures one site cannot access cookies or other content set by another site....

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