A number of security researchers have sharply criticised security blogger Brian Krebs, a former employee of the Washington Post, after he doxxed two of them on Twitter, apparently because he disagreed with them about the operations of Spamhaus, an organisation set up to track email spammers and spam-related activity.
An American outfit has leaked about 1.37 billion email addresses and other personal details online after it neglected to password-protect a database back-up, resulting in the data leaking online.
Atmail has powered with email security experts Spamhaus to offer spam protection services at an affordable price.
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