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American Express Fined for Sending Millions of Spam Messages

British regulators ruled that Amex sent 4 million nuisance emails to opted-out customers.

Subway customers receive 'malware' emails

Subway customers in the UK are receiving scam emails as part of a phishing attack. Users took to social media to complain about the emails, which claim to be an order confirmation from the fast-food chain and contain links to malware.

Signal Launches Message Requests Feature To Fend Off Spammers

Signal Message Requests feature will show sender's message and profile details before accepting or deleting the request, or in group chats.

Office 365 adds new features to help identify malicious spam

Microsoft is planning to provide more info on spam emails detected as malicious by the Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) filtering stack and allow organizations to export their list of the top targeted users by phishing attacks.

Microsoft Edge now blocks abusive notifications to reduce web spam

Websites increasingly ask to send notifications about their new contents and notifications are also abused for advertisements or web scams. To address this webspam mess, Microsoft Edge 84 introduces a new notification request experience called quiet notification requests.

Don't Open That 'Winky Face' Email

A highly successful email spam campaign is infecting computers with ransomware and other malware like cryptocurrency miners and botnet software that can send spam messages from your accounts without you noticing.

Remote employees encounter 59 risky URLs per week

Remote employees encounter 59 risky URLs per week. Working remotely from home has become a reality for millions of people around the world, putting pressure on IT and security teams to ensure that remote employees not only remain as productive as possible, but also that they keep themselves and corporate data as secure as possible.

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