Tag Archives: 0Spam.Net

An Apology, And Some More Ways Out Of Spam and Viruses

By | February 6, 2004

Just got an angry email from the folk at 0Spam.Net, who I mentioned in an earlier post as one of the companies somewhat, er, quick to congratulate itself in the wave for avoiding the worst of MyDoom. Bill Franklin, 0Spam.Net president, writes that “Whether our product works or not and its value to your readers seems to not… Read More »

Now, The MyDoom Backslapping

By | January 31, 2004

Queue trumpets. The security software folk have started congratulating themselves for saving us from MyDoom. Here’s DeepNines Technologies, “the only company to offer a security platform that includes firewall, intrusion prevention and gateway anti-virus functionality in front of the router”, which says: “Companies that have Sleuth9 deployed in front of the router, are finding that approximately 1.5 out… Read More »