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Spam Protection

With a long-standing heritage in spam protection, Barracuda Networks remains the leader in identifying and blocking spam. A comprehensive set of security layers ensures that organizations remain productive in the face of evolving threats.
Virus Protection

As virus attacks become more sophisticated and complex, email infrastructure requires advanced virus protection. The potential for the destruction and release of information, or the disruption of a network severely impacts productivity and can lead to financial loss.
Barracuda Central

All Barracuda products are supported by Barracuda Central, a 24x7 advanced security operations center that works continuously to monitor and block the latest Internet threats. Barracuda Central collects data from more than 150,000 collection points worldwide and analyzes it to develop defenses, rules, and signatures.
Encryption

The Barracuda Spam Firewall offers a number of encryption features. It is fully integrated with a cloud-based email encryption service for outbound email. Email that matches policy or are marked for encryption via the Barracuda Outlook Add-in are securely sent via TLS to the Barracuda Message Center.
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May 10 - 2:45 pm
I bet you can still hear the modem handshake before the connection...


More than 2 million people still pay for AOL dial-up - CNET
www.cnet.com
Technically Incorrect: AOL's quarterly earnings report throws up a glorious statistic about how slow some are to change their habits.

Apr 20 - 11:39 am
Whats worse? Joking about a bomb in the airport, or tweeting about hacking the aircraft you're flying on?


United bans researcher from flight after 'joke tweet'
www.bbc.com
United Airlines banned a security researcher from a flight after he tweeted that he might be able to hack the aircraft's systems.

Mar 27 - 2:26 am
"We kill people based on metadata."


NSA Doesn't Need to Spy on Your Calls to Learn Your Secrets | WIRED
www.wired.com
When you're surveilling one person, the contents of conversations can be more important than metadata. But when you're surveilling an entire population, metadata is far more useful.

Mar 27 - 2:26 am
"We kill people based on metadata."


NSA Doesn't Need to Spy on Your Calls to Learn Your Secrets | WIRED
www.wired.com
When you're surveilling one person, the contents of conversations can be more important than metadata. But when you're surveilling an entire population, metadata is far more useful.

Mar 25 - 1:08 am
Business is booming (for Hackers)


Premera Blue Cross Says Data on 11 Million Exposed by Hackers
www.bloomberg.com
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

Mar 13 - 8:53 am
Here's a little network horror for your Friday the 13th.



Feb 10 - 2:22 am
Is your username in there?


Today I Am Releasing Ten Million Passwords
xato.net
Frequently I get requests from students and security researchers to get a copy of my password research data, so I built a data set of ten million usernames and passwords that I am releasing to the public domain. But is it legal for me to release this data?

Jan 22 - 2:25 am
How many friends do you know that probably have passwords like this?


Many Passwords Are So Bad They Don't Even Need to Be Hacked
recode.net
No, 123456 is not a good password. Nor is "password."

Jan 15 - 2:16 am
Its got more than just power...


This USB wall charger secretly logs keystrokes from Microsoft wireless keyboards nearby
venturebeat.com
Privacy and security researcher Samy Kamkar has released a keylogger for Microsoft wireless keyboards cleverly hidden in what appears to be a rather large, but functioning USB wall charger. Called ...

Dec 23, 2014 - 12:54 pm
Apple pushed out an auto-update for the latest OSX security fix. Do you prefer this, or would you rather approve all updates?


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