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The Coronavirus pandemic comes with a spike in online email scams, and changes to how we work

By Brad Wyro posted in Cybersecurity, Spear Phishing, Email Spoofing, Phishing, Two-Factor Authentication, Email Best Practices

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Stories of the COVID-19 pandemic’s rapid global spread have paved the way for threat actors to unleash the most widely-used cyber threat in recent memory.

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Are you experiencing disruptions with MDaemon or Security Gateway?

By Brad Wyro

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UPDATE: This issue has been resolved. Please restart MDaemon or Security Gateway.

 

If you are currently experiencing a disruption with MDaemon or Security Gateway, please disable (uncheck) "Outbreak Protection." We are working with Cyren to fix the issue. MDaemon users can disable this feature via Security | Outbreak Protection.

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MailStore 12.1 Now Available - with Improved Performance, Security and Usability

By Brad Wyro posted in Product Updates, Email Archiving

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MailStore, the feature-packed email archiving solution, has been updated with new features and enhancements for better security, performance, and an overall better user experience. Here's a brief overview of these improvements.

 

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New PayPal Phishing Scam Goes After Social Security Number and Photos

By Brad Wyro posted in Email Security, Phishing

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This week, we learned of a new phishing campaign targeting PayPal users in an attempt to extract as much personal data as possible.

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15 Best Practices for Protecting Your Email with Security Gateway

By Brad Wyro posted in Email Security, Security Gateway for Email, Email Security Best Practices, Two-Factor Authentication, Email Best Practices

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Despite the rumors announcing the death of email, its use continues to grow. According to research from the Radicati Group, email traffic is predicted to grow to over 333.2 billion emails sent per day (from the current 306.4 billion emails). And as long as businesses continue to use email, cybercriminals will find new ways to exploit security gaps, software bugs, and basic human nature to extort millions of dollars from their victims.

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Protect Office 365 with Security Gateway for Email

By Brad Wyro posted in Email Privacy, Email Security, Security Gateway for Email, Stop Spam Email

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At about this time last year, Office 365 had around 155 million users, and businesses continue to adopt its services at a rate of around 3 million users per month. But as subscription rates continue to grow, it becomes a growing target for cybercriminals to spread phishing and ransomware attacks.

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Microsoft is Ending Support for Windows 7. Here's how to Move MDaemon and Security Gateway to the Latest OS

By Brad Wyro posted in Email How To, MDaemon Email Server, Security Gateway for Email, Email Server

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Today, Microsoft is ending support for Windows 7. And while MDaemon and Security Gateway continue to support Windows 7, it’s a good idea to consider updating your Windows installation or migrating to an updated system.

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Year in Review - Our Top New Features of 2019

By Brad Wyro posted in MDaemon Email Server, Product Updates, Security Gateway for Email, Email Server

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With 2019 coming to a close, I’d like to announce a few product updates. 2020 is going to be an exciting year for new features, but until then, we’ve made a few improvements in MDaemon, MDaemon Connector for Outlook, and Security Gateway for Email Servers.

 

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News Roundup – November 25, 2019

By Brad Wyro posted in Industry Insight

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This week, we present the latest stories and events in the field of email, email security, phishing, data breaches, regulations, and trends.

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Business Email Compromise Discussed on NPR’s Morning Edition

By Brad Wyro posted in Business Email Compromise, Email Security, Cybersecurity, Spear Phishing, Phishing, Email Security Best Practices

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business email compromiseEarlier this week, I heard an interesting interview on NPR’s Morning Edition with a recent victim of Business Email Compromise (BEC), a growing threat that uses social engineering to exploit human nature in order to divert massive amounts of money to cybercriminals.

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