Approaches to fighting spam in an Exchange Server environment

Tuesday, 17 October 2006, 1:00 AM EST

Unsolicited e-mail messages, also known as junk e-mail messages or spam, are messages sent from a single source with the intent of broadcasting to many mailboxes at one time. The goal of the spammer is to deliver the message to the end user so that they open it and actually read it, which is how the spammer makes money. There are definitely many different techniques spammers use to put the messages in gray areas, where they cannot be easily detectable at the gateway level.

At Microsoft.

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Lessons learned developing Lynis, an open source security auditing tool

Posted on 15 October 2014.  |  Lynis unearths vulnerabilities, configuration errors, and provides tips for system hardening. It is written in shell script, installation is not required and can be performed with a privileged or non-privileged account.


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