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Google adds language translation to Gmail
Google has launched a new translation feature in Gmail which could allow colleagues in global organisations to communicate with each other in their native language.
May 21 2009 6:24AM
Security experts uncover first ever SMS virus
Finnish anti-malware firm F-Secure is predicting that SMS-generated mobile spam will be a major problem in the future.
Apr 10 2009 6:34AM
Mystery Symantec PIFTS.exe message exploited
Cybercriminals now are capitalising on a benign warning message that was sent to some users of Symantec's Norton anti-virus products.
Mar 12 2009 10:40AM
Symantec gains new CEO, MessageLabs
Global security firm Symantec announced today that it has finalised its acquisition of MessageLabs, and CEO John Thompson will retire to be replaced by Enrique Salem.
Nov 18 2008 2:18PM
The A to Z of spamming exposed
Spammers are fans of the alphabet according to recent research – you’re going to start wishing your name was Zebedee.
Aug 29 2008 8:08AM
Spammers celebrate Madonna's 50th bday with special message
Pop-diva Madonna is the highlight of a new round of malicious spam messages, security vendor Sophos has warned.
Aug 22 2008 3:14PM
Cops catch teen by text message
Police in North Carolina have managed to catch a teenager suspected of burglary by using text messages.
Jul 26 2008 1:18PM
Text message scams for Asian donations
The recent natural disasters in China and Myanmar have led to scams to steal money intended for donations.
May 20 2008 1:43PM
Infosec: Security pros 'ignoring' their own message
Security professionals at Infosec Europe 2008 are ignoring their own message and leaving laptops lying around without locking them down securely..
Apr 24 2008 1:48PM
One in seven dumped via text message or email
Following in the tradition of Phil Collins, who reputedly divorced his wife using a fax machine, today’s generation are using technology to end their romances..
Dec 17 2007 2:45PM
Hackers spread child porn through message boards
Hackers have spread child pornography by infecting online message boards, experts claim.
Jun 13 2007 9:39AM
Trojan posing as 'Microsoft piracy control' message
Symantec has spotted a realistic-looking trojan claiming to be from "Microsoft piracy control" that shuts down PCs if users don't comply with attackers' demands.
May 7 2007 10:05AM
SANS Institute threatened in zombie spam message
The US SANS Internet Storm Center on Thursday received a malware sample that contained code with a not-so-endearing message for the organisation.
Feb 26 2007 5:27AM
Email security: Good policy is the answer
Spam clogging up the server was only the start. A sound email policy is the only way to handle security breaches and compliance.
Feb 16 2007 2:46AM
MessageLabs launches partner program
MessageLabs has launched a new sales associate partner program that rewards resellers for passing security business to the vendor.
Oct 24 2005 11:50AM
Irate message hides fishy phishing motive
An interesting phishing scam has emerged that claims to be from an eBay user rather than the auction company itself.
Aug 10 2005 11:59AM
Dell CEO brings services, printing message down under
Dell's CEO has reaffirmed the direct juggernaut's commitment to expanding into services and consumer electronics as he embarked on a whirlwind trip to meet Australian partners and customers.
Sep 28 2004 12:00AM
Chip-maker takes message control
California-based company Kingston Technology recognized the security problems caused by the increased use of IM by its employees, so it took positive action to allow them to utilise the tool securely. John Sterlicchi reports
Sep 1 2004 5:01PM
MailKey launches message authentication solution
Messaging security and management firm MailKey is launching an authentication technology to fight spam, identity theft and prevent viruses.
Feb 13 2004 2:49PM
Love is a text message?
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