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Seedworm Operation Spreads Malware via Phishing Attacks

2018 has been a busy year for new threats spread via email, with spear-phishing and Business-Email-Compromise (CEO fraud) the rising star for cyber-criminals intent on draining your bank account. Recent victims include Google and Facebook ($100 million lost), McEwan University (almost $12 million lost), a New York judge ($1 million), and a Dutch cinema chain (over $21.5 million). These threats … [Read more...]

Avoid Business Email Compromise and CEO Fraud Attacks with these 10 Best Practices to Protect Your Business

In part one of our three-part series on Business Email Compromise (BEC), I explained what a BEC attack is and provided examples and statistics. As you’ll recall from the examples discussed, businesses have suffered staggering losses to these attacks, and while users are becoming more aware of them, their own human nature dictates that these threats will continue. In fact, a recent report by Get … [Read more...]

Four-Step Swindle: The Anatomy of a Business Email Compromise Attack

This week, we continue our series on Business Email Compromise. Click here to read Part 1, which includes an overview and various statistics on this growing threat. It takes time and effort to launch a successful Business Email Compromise (BEC) attack. In a typical attack, several messages are exchanged in an attempt to convince the target to authorize large payments to the attacker’s bank … [Read more...]

Business Email Compromise – The 12 Billion Dollar Threat to Your Business

This week, we begin a three-part series on the threats posed by Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks. In Part 1, we’ll explain what BEC is and discuss various types of BEC scams. In Part 2, we’ll explain how cybercriminals launch a BEC attack, and in Part 3, we’ll discuss best practices for avoiding these types of threats. Email is the preferred communication method for businesses around the … [Read more...]

MailStore 11.2 – With Outlook & Exchange 2019 Support & More!

It’s that time again. Our friends at MailStore have released their latest & greatest version of the MailStore archive server – version 11.2, with support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2019, plus continued support for all other email platforms, including MDaemon. “But do I really NEED an archiving solution?” In short, YES! With most businesses relying on email to send … [Read more...]

10 Ways to Reduce Spam in Your Inbox

Before the invention of email, mail that arrived in your physical mailbox often contained pamphlets, sales brochures, credit card offers, and product catalogs. Much of this waste was thrown away and ended up in a landfill somewhere. Today, the equivalent and often more annoying nuisance is spam. Spam comes in many forms, and has evolved from dubious product claims, miracle supplements, conspiracy … [Read more...]

Email Help for Businesses Affected by Hurricane Florence

As hurricane Florence threatens the east coast with high winds, heavy rainfall and flooding, businesses could potentially lose access to critical communication services. When Hurricane Harvey hit Texas and Louisiana last year, we offered free temporary assistance for those without email services. For those affected by Florence, we are again here to help. We’re offering affected businesses … [Read more...]

Are you a little over-zealous with the Send button? Message Recall to the rescue!

Nature dictates that we human beings are prone to make mistakes from time to time. For example, if you attached a picture from your toddler’s birthday party in an email to your customer when you meant to attach your customer’s invoice, if you noticed an embarrassing typo after a message was sent, or if you got a little overzealous with your personal information that, after giving it a … [Read more...]

Are you a little hasty with the Send button? Avoid costly mistakes with Deferred Delivery!

Let’s face it. We all make mistakes. At one time or another, most of us have gotten a little hasty with the Send button when composing an email, and sent it to the wrong Frank Thomas, accidentally CC’d the customer in an inter-office communication, or realized the email was probably not such a good idea in the first place. These examples can be quite embarrassing, but other mistakes can result in … [Read more...]

30-Second Email Tips – Assigning Message and Disk Space Quotas in MDaemon Remote Administration

While it’s true that hard drives are continuing to grow exponentially in storage capacity, many mail server administrators are still finding the need for greater control over disk space usage. An easy way to automate the process of limiting disk space used per-user while still retaining business-related data transmitted via email is to set message and disk space quotas while implement an … [Read more...]