News Stories Showing 1-20 of 26 results found
You've got (certified) mail! February 13, 2006 CEO Richard Gingras explains the tech behind a service that lets companies pay a fee to guarantee their e-mails get past spam filters.
Barracuda Networks profiles spam April 17, 2007 Profiling e-mail as it's received by antispam appliances is Barracuda Networks' latest technique to combat junk e-mail.
On sentry duty in your in-box April 18, 2006 Microsoft says its Sender ID is ready for action. Others say it's still early days for authentication.
E-mail has come a long way in 30 years October 10, 2001 In 1971 the first electronic message launched a revolution that some compare to the invention of the printing press and the telephone.
Alphabet changes color of communication May 30, 2007 Inventor readies e-mail system based on an innovative alphabet in which the 26 English letters are represented solely by individual colors.Images: Making words colorful
Bug may expose encrypted e-mail March 7, 2007 Weakness in open-source GnuPG cryptography technology could let miscreants tamper with digitally signed, "secure" messages.
A cure for e-mail attention disorder? February 28, 2007 Silicon Valley start-up develops e-mail management system that borrows heavily from the virtual economies and currencies.Images: Handling e-mail overload
Spam: Made in Taiwan? June 9, 2006 Junk e-mail rose in May, most of it served up from Taiwan--and the death of Blue Frog was a factor, CipherTrust says.
Sponsored matches for "message"