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Network Hijackers Exploit Technical Loophole

Spammers have been working methodically to hijack large chunks of Internet real estate by exploiting a technical and bureaucratic loophole in the way that various regions of the globe keep track of the world’s Internet address ranges. Last week, KrebsOnSecurity featured an in-depth piece about a well-known junk email artist who acknowledged sending fro
Publish At:2014-11-13 14:20 | Read:4353 | Comments:0 | Tags:A Little Sunshine The Coming Storm Web Fraud 2.0 AFRNIC APNI

Still Spamming After All These Years

A long trail of spam, dodgy domains and hijacked Internet addresses leads back to a 37-year-old junk email purveyor in San Diego who was the first alleged spammer to have been criminally prosecuted 13 years ago for blasting unsolicited commercial email. Last month, security experts at Cisco blogged about spam samples caught by the company’s SpamCop ser
Publish At:2014-11-05 17:20 | Read:3918 | Comments:0 | Tags:Breadcrumbs CAN-SPAM Act Cisco DNSSEC Mega-Spred Michael Per


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