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Email and malware dissection, Part II

If you’re running a mail server on the Internet, you will surely be familiar with spam and malicious email. This post is the last part on how to identify and isolate malware in email while respecting your users’ email privacy. … Continue reading

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Email and malware dissection, Part I

Phishing, Trojans, Worms and other malicious activity in email. These series of posts make quite a lengthy write-up on how to use Unix shell script and Perl to dissect large amounts of email all at once without disrespecting email privacy … Continue reading

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PFlogging 2.0

It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of computer systems that are running a Unix-like or Unix-derived operating system. There are quite a few around me right now, running FreeBSD, Linux-Mint and Mac OS X Lion. I have a … Continue reading

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