Exim attacks

Endless Vulnerabilities: Email is Inherently Flawed

On June 5, a vulnerability named ‘Return of the WIZard’ was publicly disclosed that rendered Exim servers, which run 57% of the internet’s email servers, vulnerable to attack. The vulnerability allows remotely located hackers to send malicious emails to Exim servers and use that entry point to run malicious code ... Read More

If Google Ran the Post Office

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Google takes egregious liberties with our personal data, but it’s all most of us have ever known, so we accept it as some sort of twisted norm. To shine a little light on just how invasive Google’s practices are, here’s a fun little exercise: let’s imagine a world in which ... Read More