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Mass-mailing 'Here you have' worm hits in-boxes

Windows worm with "Here you have" subject line delivers not a PDF but rather malicious software that spreads itself via e-mails, network shares, and removable media.

By September 10, 2010


How to customize mass mailings in Gmail

Mail merge used to be a powerful tool, and still sees some use in businesses that rely on physical mail. E-mail is much handier for reaching people quickly, but the lack of customization tools can make it feel impersonal. Fortunately, there's a great, free tool available to customize mass mailings in Gmail.

By November 28, 2011


Symantec posts note on mass-mail worms and the Mac platform

Symantec posts note on mass-mail worms and the Mac platform

By September 3, 2003


Yet-to-launch Blummi blows it with mass e-mail snafu

Mass e-mails from start-ups can be annoying, but what about when that list is made public?

By September 12, 2008


Worm uses familiar brands to lure people

Offers supposedly from McDonald's, Coca-Cola, and Hallmark are spreading a new mass-mailing worm, say security vendors.

By December 3, 2008


That e-mail attachment is not a Twitter invite

Symantec says fake Twitter invite that comes with an attachment is a mass-mailing worm, which gathers e-mail addresses from compromised PCs.

By June 18, 2009


The next Sober virus attack

CNET Senior Editor Robert Vamosi explains how and when the Sober virus is expected to strike again and what you can do to protect yourself against this mass-mailing worm.

May 21, 2008


Obituary for e-mail viruses

More security researchers predict the death of the mass-mailing virus--reasonable predictions or wishful thinking?

By January 27, 2005


Twitter resets passwords of 'compromised' accounts

Many Twitter users have been warned to change their password after an unknown bug left some accounts with deleted tweets or scam-links posted to their feeds.

By November 8, 2012


Take three for better browser images on different screens

Browser makers had been settling down on one way to pick the best images for everything from tiny mobile phones to Apple Retina displays, but a new proposal has muddied the waters again.

By September 30, 2013