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Virtualization software firm Atlantis Computing raises $20m from Adams Street, Cisco and others

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Atlantis Computing, a Silicon Valley virtualization software company that specializes in data center storage optimization solutions, has secured $20 million in a Series D round of financing led by a new backer, private investment firm Adams Street Partners. Prior investors Cisco Systems, El Dorado Ventures and Partech International also chipped...
Virtualization software firm Atlantis Computing raises $20m from Adams Street, Cisco and others
The Cyber Attacks On North Korea Are Pointless And Dangerous
Banks fall victim to simple trojan virus, says Symantec

Critical windows bug makes worm-meat of millions of high-value machines

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Microsoft has plugged a critical hole in all supported versions of Windows that allows attackers to hit high-value computers with self-replicating attacks that install malicious code with no user interaction required. The vulnerability in the Remote Desktop Protocol is of particular concern to system administrators in government and corporate...
Critical windows bug makes worm-meat of millions of high-value machines
Trigger word: e-mail monitoring gets easy in Office 365, Exchange

Huge natural gas producer knocked offline by malware attack

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A liquefied natural gas plant in operation. KBR.com One of the world's biggest producers of liquefied natural gas has been hit by a malware attack that has taken down its website and e-mail servers. This is the second documented computer attack to hit a large energy company this month....
Huge natural gas producer knocked offline by malware attack

Send and Receive with These Four Email APIs

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So you need to send emails. Pretty simple right? Not so fast. It doesn’t matter how easy your language or framework makes sending emails, if you try to do it on your own be prepared to configure mail servers, setup Spam-related DNS entries, and still wonder if mail is actually...
Send and Receive with These Four Email APIs

Behind the scenes: Giving away the secrets of email delivery

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We send a lot of mail for Basecamp, Highrise, Backpack, and Campfire (and some for Sortfolio, the Jobs Board, Writeboard, and Tadalist). One of the most frequently asked questions we get is about how we handle mail delivery and ensure that emails are making it to people’s inboxes. Some statistics...
Behind the scenes: Giving away the secrets of email delivery
Sparrow for iOS updated: Push coming with or without Apple in upcoming version

Security researchers identify malware infecting U.S. banks

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Security researchers from Symantec have identified an information-stealing Trojan program that was used to infect computer servers belonging to various U.S. financial institutions. Dubbed Stabuniq, the Trojan program was found on mail servers, firewalls, proxy servers, and gateways belonging to U.S. financial institutions, including banking firms and credit unions,...
Security researchers identify malware infecting U.S. banks

Symantec finds a new trojan that steals data from US banks, customers

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Symantec has discovered a new piece of malware that appears to be targeting financial institutions and their customers in the US. Dubbed Trojan.Stabuniq by Symantec, the malware has been collecting information from infected systems—potentially for the preparation of a more damaging attack. According to a post on Symantec's blog...
Symantec finds a new trojan that steals data from US banks, customers
Possible security disasters loom with rollout of new top-level domains

Anonymous hackers claim to have stolen 15,000 passwords from North Korea's Uriminzokkiri site

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A hacker, or hackers, purporting to be part of the Anonymous group claim to have got their hands on more than 15,000 passwords belonging to users of Uriminzokkiri.com, one of North Korea’s primary sites on the Internet. An anonymously written note – first spotted by the North Korea Tech blog — makes...
Anonymous hackers claim to have stolen 15,000 passwords from North Korea's Uriminzokkiri site

Startup Proposable Changing The Way Teams Sell – Will Make Sales Proposals All Internet

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Propsoable is a Sproutbox funded startup with a clear goal: to make the sales proposal process modern, and to get sales teams onto the same webpage. The product is divided into three main elements, creating a proposal, delivering it to the right people, and analyzing feedback and analytics on its...
Startup Proposable Changing The Way Teams Sell – Will Make Sales Proposals All Internet

Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, PayPal Go After Phishers With New E-Mail Authentication Effort

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Major e-mail providers, including Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo are teaming up with PayPal, Facebook, LinkedIn, and more, to implement a new system for authenticating e-mail senders to try to prevent the sending of fraudulent spam and phishing messages. The protocol that powers e-mail, SMTP, dates back to a more trusting...
Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, PayPal Go After Phishers With New E-Mail Authentication Effort

Giving away the secrets of 99.3% email delivery

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We send a lot of mail for Basecamp, Highrise, Backpack, and Campfire (and some for Sortfolio, the Jobs Board, Writeboard, and Tadalist). One of the most frequently asked questions we get is about how we handle mail delivery and ensure that emails are making it to people’s inboxes. Some statistics...
Giving away the secrets of 99.3% email delivery
Hacking Scarlett Johansson—and 50 other celebs—using Google and gumption

TweetDeck and Google App Engine: A Match Made in the Cloud

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I'm Reza and work in London, UK for a startup called TweetDeck. Our vision is to develop the best tools to manage and filter real time information streams like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and MySpace. We offer products like our TweetDeck desktop client built on Adobe AIR, and our iPhone application....
TweetDeck and Google App Engine: A Match Made in the Cloud

White House e-mail was down 23% of the time in Obama's first 40 days

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White House CIO Brook Colangelo has revealed some harrowing details about his first days on the job. Entering the White House along with Barack Obama on Jan. 20, 2009, Colangelo "delivered the first presidential BlackBerry" and mobile devices to other top administration officials. Yet the White House's technology was...
White House e-mail was down 23% of the time in Obama's first 40 days
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