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Emotet infrastructure disrupted after coordinated action 2021-01-29 UTC
On Tuesday, Jan 27, 2021, Europol announced that a coordinated group of international authorities has taken control of the Emotet infrastructure.... (>)

Update for Composite Blocklist (CBL) Users 2020-12-18 UTC
As of January 5th, 2021, the Composite Blocklist (CBL) is being retired. This data, however, is included in the eXploits Blocklist (XBL).... (>)

Exploits Block List - Two Botnets Contribute to 50% Increase in Listings 2018-10-26 UTC
If you’ve been monitoring the Exploits Block List (XBL) recently you will have noticed a significant increase in the number of listings. The past few weeks have seen a lift from approximately 10 million to 15 million listings. The question is why? Our botnet specialist explains…... (>)

A Survival Guide for the Small Mail Server 2015-03-19 UTC
Nowadays many companies and organizations (non-profits, units of governmental and educational institutions, etc) believe that running their own mail servers has become an impossible task, due both to the large amount of inbound spam and to the continuous attempts by spammers to send outbound spam through their mail servers. Companies often lack in-house technical resources to configure and... (>)

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