Fighting the Good Fight Against Spam and Malware

Fighting the Good Fight Against Spam and Malware

The other day, I received a tweet, with a compressed URL link, from a good friend asking if I wanted to learn about her weight-loss program. After a moment (and before clicking the link), I thought, “Wait a minute. She has always been quite thin.” No … not Twitter spam! It doesn’t matter what your favorite communication tool is, odds are that the jerks out there have found a way use it to try to compromise your security. Years ago, when I first starting writing my

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