Anyone needing a quick and dirty introduction to life in Berkeley should examine the great email storm of 2015.
Multiple accounts of the social networking and media sharing site Pinterest were apparently hacked by a spammer with a fixation on women’s rear ends.
Twitter is making a change to its site that will let users receive direct messages from people who aren’t following them back.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and our technology analyst just happened to finish writing a guide for parents on this very issue.
A record-breaking cyberattack targeting an anti-spam watchdog group has sent ripples of disruption coursing across the Web, experts said Wednesday.
A Berkeley city councilman has suggested that a tax on email may be wise way to help fund the United States Postal Service, according to the blog Berkeleyside.
It’s the one kind of text message we all hate: spam. But there are ways to get rid of those dreaded ads.
Google, Yahoo and other tech companies are working together to combat email “phishing” scams.
Facebook said Wednesday that it has stopped most of the spam that has flooded many users’ pages with pictures showing graphic sex and violence.
Chances are your email inbox is being filled with spam every day. The unsolicited unwanted messages can definitely clutter your inbox, but so can “bacn.”