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|CLDISME ||03 Jun 2009 11:34 a.m. PST|
A newly launched startup called StrongWebMail is aiming to add a new layer of secure authentication for its customers – phone verification prior to logging in and alert services for potential email compromises.
The company is in fact so confident in its approach that it's currently offering $10,000 USD reward to the person who breaks into the CEO's email.
Read more here at zdnet: link
| Waco Joe ||03 Jun 2009 2:58 p.m. PST|
Now a suspicious person, not me of course, might just think that his company is a shell front for the FBI/NSA/Alphabet Agency of choice. Greedy hackers all over are actually registering with them for the honor of later getting a midnight visit to explain certain currency transactions from the PRC that showed up in their bank account.
But that would wrong.
|Covert Walrus ||10 Apr 2013 4:01 p.m. PST|
Then again, it might be an oblique way of hiring workers for Kaspersky or some other spam protection people. . . Who better to know what to look for and counter it than someone who can do it themselves?