How much would your Facebook account bring you if you sold it? According to VeriSign, just a couple of pennies. I spotted an article on Dark Reading the other day detailing a recent black market advertisement for over a million Facebook accounts, sold in 1,000 unit increments for $25-$45. About 2 to 4 cents per account, which highlights how easy it has become for these accounts to get compromised and used to spread malicious software.
April 28, 2010
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Secure the Edge: Protecting Exchange 2007 Connectors
Many small companies employ a service such as AppRiver to provide affordable messaging security, but not many take the time to properly secure their Exchange connectors afterwards.
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