[SecurityWeek] Signal Working on Improving Anti-Spam Capabilities

Privacy-focused communication platforms Signal is sharing information on the improvements it has made to its spam-prevention capabilities.

The task of keeping spam out of user’s inboxes, Signal says, is more difficult compared to other messaging services, because the company does not have access to the contents of messages, and has to fight spam without social graphs.

read more

Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

You might be interested in …

[BleepingComputer] Fujifilm resumes normal operations after ransomware attack

Japanese multinational conglomerate Fujifilm says that it has resumed normal business and customer operations following a ransomware attack that forced it to shut the entire network on June 4. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

Read More

[ESET] Hackers swipe almost $100 million from major cryptocurrency exchange

All posts, ESET feed

Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Liquid suspends cryptocurrency deposits and withdrawals and moves its assets into cold storage The post Hackers swipe almost $100 million from major cryptocurrency exchange appeared first on WeLiveSecurity Source: Read More (WeLiveSecurity)

Read More

[ZDNet] Missouri governor faces backlash and ridicule for threatening reporter who discovered exposed teacher SSNs

All posts, ZDNet

Governor Mike Parson called a St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter a “hacker” and threatened criminal prosecution because he notified state officials about a database that exposed the sensitive information of 100,000 educators. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

Read More