Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, PayPal, and others are working together on a standard that can be used across the Internet for blocking phishing e-mails.
Big e-mail providers to share data with startup that analyzes it for Facebook, banks, and other firms whose brands are used for phishing.
Mozilla says Google doesn't support older SafeBrowsing protocol so antiphishing feature will be disabled in Firefox 18.104.22.168.
Apple quietly adds the security feature to its latest version of Safari. It's the last of the major browser vendors to offer antiphishing protection.
but users should take responsibility.
Not only are senators are proposing to outlaw online scams that are already illegal, but their new bill could endanger the privacy of legitimate domain name owners.
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The greeting card company is now using an anti-phishing standard known as DMARC to help block fake e-mails.
Microsoft quietly fixes the antiphishing filter in Internet Explorer 7