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Google Cracks Down On YouTube ‘Fraudulent Views’

02/05/2014, The presence you command on the internet can usually be summed up in a few numbers, the number of followers you have on Twitter, number of likes your business’s page has on Facebook and the number of views your videos have on YouTube, there are just...

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile Will Not Charge Customers For Spam SMS

11/22/2013, Receiving spam SMS is just a way of life as we’re sure many of you have inadvertently given your number out to a company, not realizing they’d be texting you on an hourly basis with special discounts you can receive if you reply to their offer. The...

Surge in Yahoo Mail Spam?

06/29/2012, It has been reported that some Yahoo Mail account users are seeing a surge in email SPAM. This is a relatively new development because although GMail remains the best player in town for SPAM filtering, Yahoo Mail wasn’t so bad – especially...

Spammers take over New York Times e-mail list

12/28/2011, Nobody likes spam, unless it is the stuff that you find in between two slices of bread, and when coupled with a slice of cheese, it can be touted as the perfect breakfast. I guess The New York Times also hates spam, especially after some spammers hacked...

Amazon finally cracking down on spam books

08/12/2011, Remember back in June we reported on the topic of spam books taking over Amazon’s Kindle book store? Well, just in case you forgot, spammers have re-publishing books (both out of copyright and those still under copyright) as their own titles;...

Hotmail to roll out new features to combat spam and account hacking

07/18/2011, You have probably received weird sounding emails from your friends before, and for those who us who are more suspicious in nature, we think “spam” and don’t bother opening it. Spam and account hacking is not new when it comes to public hosted emails...

Google Voice now supports Global Spam Filtering

07/12/2011, Tired of receiving unwanted calls on your Google Voice number? Well, the folks over at Google have come up with a way to stop that from happening. Google has just updated the Google Voice service to support Global Spam Filtering. Whenever you get a call...

MyPageKeeper keeps Facebook safe from malware and spam

06/21/2011, We all know that Facebook is already a bad idea if you plan to keep your life away from the prying eyes of people, both strangers and friends. With a network of over 500 million active users – there is a high chance of your account being hit by spam or...

Amazon Kindle overrun with spam books

06/17/2011, If you’re an author who self-published a book on Amazon’s Kindle book store, and you’re wondering why nobody seems to be buying your books – it’s not because your book is unpopular. Chances are, it’s been buried in...

Rustock botnet collapses, world receives less spam

03/18/2011, The Rustock botnet is actually an international network of virus-infected computers that has been taken advantage of for years by generating billions of emails each day in order to promote unlicensed online pharmacies and impotence pills. Well, we have...

Hotmail to offer disposable email addresses

02/04/2011, Microsoft has just announced that they will be offering temporary email addresses to their Hotmail users. Targeted at subscribers who need an email address just to sign up for a forum or some online service temporarily, this service will allow them to...

Spammers exploit Facebook vulnerability

09/07/2010, Spammers decided to take advantage of a vulnerability that has been discovered in Facebook, where it will spread auto-replicating links without the need for social engineering to come into the picture. All that one needs to do is click on any application...