Mail Security Forum?

Discussion in 'General Topics' started by houseisland, Jan 18, 2006.

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  1. houseisland

    houseisland Registered Member

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    Suggestion: a forum for mail security issues

    One of my areas of professional interest (I dare not claim expertise) is mail security -- corporate SMTP Gateway packages, AV packages, anti-SPAM packages, etc.

    There are few places where people can meet and discuss these things.
     
  2. Paul Wilders

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    Thanks for the suggestion - we always are open and appriciate input from our members!

    That said: no, we do not consider setting up such a forum.

    Thanks anyway,

    paul
     
  3. houseisland

    houseisland Registered Member

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    You are most welcome for the suggestion.

    Thanks for the reply.
     
  4. Notok

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    I was thinking we should have a networking security forum, which seems like it could fit into that. I'm thinking that a network security forum might attract some different kinds of members, and open up the scope of the forum a little giving us an opportunity to learn about a broader range of subjects :)
     
  5. cybergran

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    Re: Mail Security Forum? - Urgent Replies Please!!

    :eek: Hi...I wish there was a mail security forum - However I will ask my question here...
    I am involved with what I strongly suspect is an "illegal keylogger" program / hardware device installed on a company computer...

    It is illegal in my country to harvest ID's & Passwords & use that information to comitt a crime...Crimes have been commited...I have researched extensively & am ready to make a legal presentation...

    I need to contact URGENTLY some friends of mine involved in this..
    They are travelling around & I have sent emails to them on 14/1..18/1 & 22/1...they have not replied....

    Because I have been able to trace their movements I know they should have access their email address..

    I am now beginning to think that my URGENT emails to them are being accessed by the company & deleted...so I cannot contact them...

    I was advised about 10 days ago that they had changed their password..

    My question now Is:

    Is there some sort of program / device that can "hijack or Hack" into an email address...o_O?

    any input would be most helpful & appreciated...thanx
     
  6. Q Section

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    This information is not the type we discuss here on this forum. Even if you had a legitimate request no one here could verify it. If it could be verified there is no one to stop malicious people from using the information for nefarious purposes.

    We cannot discuss this here. There may be better ways for you to accomplish your intentions legally.

    Best wishes.
     
  7. guess

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    Re: Mail Security Forum? - Urgent Replies Please!!

    ahha... you wish... :D :D :D
     
  8. Detox

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    OK - well; we can see that Paul has answered the original inquiry and the secondary inquiry is obviously something (a hack -etc) that Wilders does not condone and so this thread has lived it's life to the fullest and can be closed.
     
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