Protect Your Network From Malware Using Anti Spam Services
There are two types of malware that are serious threats to businesses: spyware and Trojan horses. Spyware collects information about your network's users without your knowledge, while Trojan horses conceal other malicious programs that can do everything from keystroke logging to stealing passwords and credit card information. These malware aren't just threats to you, but to your business associates, customers, and anyone else you send emails to. This is why you need to find an email filtering service that has both inbound and outbound filtering.
What is Browser Standards and Security
Introduction When designing a website, it is important to consider how users will see it. There are many browsers available that a user can use to view your website. It is important to consider standards between browsers. There are so many browsers available on the market that the website you create could and probably will look different in each browser. Some browsers handle certain scripting languages better than others, e.g. Mozilla Firefox handles animated gifts as rollovers on buttons without problems, while Internet Explorer 5 does not handle them and displays them correctly or may not display them at all. In Part 2 of this report, we'll cover cross-browser standards, available browsers, and how browsers handle HTML in different ways. This section will also show usage among the most popular browsers and display the statistics as a pie chart, with each block representing a different browser. In Part 3 of this report, we'll discuss both client-side and server-side security risks and list the top ten vulnerabilities that a website must overcome to stay protected. This section also displays security risk statistics in a bar chart. Section 4 discusses how the information contained in this report will be used in the main project.