Is there a replacement for email?

  Like countless others, I use email daily, but it’s a love/hate relationship because of the dangers of viruses, trojans, phishing, spam etc. I think it is unreasonable to expect the average person to be able to tell a valid email from one that is dangerous. The latest problem is the incorrect identification of emails … Read more

US House approves new privacy protections for email and the cloud

The U.S. House of Representatives approved on Monday the Email Privacy Act, which would require law enforcement agencies to get court-ordered warrants to search email and other data stored with third parties for longer than six months. The House approved the bill by voice vote, and it now goes the Senate for consideration. The Email Privacy … Read more

U.S. lawmakers want answers on Yahoo email surveillance

A bipartisan group of 48 U.S. lawmakers wants two government agencies to explain a surveillance program in which Yahoo reportedly scanned all the messages of its email users on behalf of the FBI. After recent news reports of the email scanning program, the Department of Justice and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence need … Read more

Moscow has announced that it is to begin moving the email software on thousands of the city’s computers away from Microsoft towards home grown options.

The city is to start by removing Microsoft Exchange server and Microsoft Outlook on 6,000 computers. According to a report by Bloomberg.com, email systems in all local Moscow government run departments, will be replaced by email software developed by the state run Rostelcom PJSC. Russian president Vladimir Putin has previously called for both national and … Read more

FBI chief says Guccifer lied about hacking into Clinton’s email server

A Romanian hacker’s claim that he broke into Hillary Clinton’s private email server in 2013 was a lie, according to the FBI. Marcel Lehel Lazar, also known as Guccifer, has boasted about the breach to various media outlets, saying in May that it had been “easy.” But on Thursday, FBI director James Comey said that … Read more

A Russian hacker gave away hundreds of thousands of email credentials for social media votes

Tens of thousands and thousands of stolen credentials for Gmail, Microsoft and Yahoo email debts are being shared online by way of a young Russian hacker referred to as “the Collector” as part of a intended largetrove of one.17 billion data. it is consistent with preserve safety, which says it has looked at greater than … Read more