Spambrella

2013
Wilmington, DE, USA

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Jun 4, 2020   |  By Spambrella
LNKR malware uses browser extensions in Googles Chrome to track browsing movements and activities of users and then overlays ads on legitimate websites. Using extensions to add code that executes in a user’s browser is a common and lucrative monetization technique on the internet, where spyware, adware, and other browser-based nuisances have thrived since the early days.
Jun 3, 2020   |  By Spambrella
June 1st 2020: Fireeye end of life The Email Laundry email security service. This comes as a surprise to many as Fireeye acquired The Email Laundry back in 2017 and seemingly had plans to greatly expand the service. The Email Laundry serviced MSPs and small organizations whereas Fireeye had a conserted desire and history servicing Enteprise businesses. This may be why Fireeye decided to exit the SME Email Security service market.
Jun 1, 2020   |  By Spambrella
With the ever-changing email security market, is now the time to consider leaving Symantec Email Security.cloud (MessageLabs)? Broadcom’s acquisition of Symantec has already caused a trend migration away from Symantec.cloud services according to Proofpoint partner Spambrella. This article explains why Spambrella is attracting Symantec Email Security clients and also explains why you should consider moving to an alternative solution.
May 7, 2020   |  By Spambrella
On Monday, May 4th, **FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority), issued a warning to financial companies stating that a new email phishing campaign was doing the rounds. According to the regulator, the campaign is ongoing, widespread, and made to look as though the emails are coming from FINRA itself.
May 6, 2020   |  By Spambrella
With the rise of remote work, especially in recent months, and the number of net-connected devices rising all the time, email is more relevant as ever. Indeed, as a form of unobtrusive communication and document sharing, email has pretty much cemented its position as the go-to tool for businesses of all sizes. Unfortunately, being the popular kid in school is not always a good thing – for a start, it has a way of making you look like an easy way in.