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Kaspersky Lab: spam volume 2013 drops to two-thirds of total email volume

The people over at Kaspersky Lab have written a post about the changes in spam volume 2013, compared to 2012.

16 million German email addresses stolen, including passwords

The BBC has reported no less than 16 million German email addresses stolen, and account passwords stolen as well by hackers.

Spam volume up big time: 64% increase in one month

Global spam volume has seen a big increase in February over past months: Cisco’s Senderbase shows a rise of 64%

Spamhaus hit by DDoS attack, not executed by Anonymous

Spamhaus, the well-known anti-spam DNS blacklist service, has been hit by a severe DDoS attack over the weekend. Users have

Spamhaus: About 80% of spam traced to less than 100 spam operations

The ROKSO list, or the Register of Known Spam Operations, is a list of roughly 100 spam operations managed by

More room for email marketing, less room for spam: spam rates drop 25% in 2 years

Good news everyone! Over the past two years, spam levels have dropped about 25%! That’s great news for email marketing

Botnet pushing out 18% of all spam taken offline

A botnet known as ‘Grum‘, responsible for sending out 18% of all spam has been taken offline by Atif Mushtaq

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