You may have heard that some phishing emails use something called zero font — text hidden in an email by various means. It is a brand forgery email intended to harvest login credentials. But what exactly is this technique, and why do attackers use it? Read this document to learn both the why and the how of hidden text and zero font.
Threat actors have realized that they can achieve at least a minimal rate of success by impersonating a company’s CEO or other high-level official in an email to an employee lower down in the organization. They will typically request money via wire transfer, but it does not stop there. Read this white paper to see some examples.
Find out how you can avoid the most common mistakes that Exchange admins make when migrating to Exchange 2010 in this e-guide. Plus, gain tips for how to properly document and plan your migration.
While the benefits are appealing, an upgrade to the latest version of Exchange is a big step. The complexity of that migration will depend on your starting point and the thoroughness of your plan.
Follow the lead of tens of thousands of small and mid-size businesses who use Microsoft Exchange as a hosted service and provide your company with the full power of Microsoft Exchange without the high costs, deployment delays, drain on IT resources, maintenance and upgrade headaches.
This webcast addresses the need for an email recovery system and goes in-depth into a solution for your organization. Watch now to see how this solution can help recover your entire Exchange platform.
Today, email management is a critical requirement. But deploying and supporting an effective email management solution poses significant challenges for IT. Check out this white paper to learn the case for SharePoint.