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Security Bulletin: Java Applets and JavaScript Inside HTML Emails

Thu, 12 Dec 2013 07:34:00 -0500

IBM has made a security announcement that the IBM Notes mail client versions 9.0-8.0 are able to receive HTML emails that may include Java applet tags and JavaScript tags that could load scripts from remote locations with no security prompts



Domino Security Vulnerability pre 8.5.2 FP4

Tue, 3 Jan 2012 13:13:08 -0500

The National Vulnerability Database has issued a release dated Dec 27 2011 for Domino 8 servers prior to applying FP4 for Domino 8.5.2



Postini spam graph from Jan 2006 to Jul 2007

Mon, 17 Sep 2007 05:45:00 -0500

Spam size vs. spam blocked Weekly data, normalized to January 1, 2006=1.00 In 2006, spam size increased at a dramatic rate caused by an increase in image spam. By February of 2007, spam size peaked



Interesting Notes 8 ACL issue we encountered

Fri, 14 Sep 2007 09:43:35 -0500

Sean Burgess and I are working on a top secret project together, ok that is strong but it will be fun, and we created a new Domino blank database. I created it with a Notes 8 Standard client on a Dom



A Sametime cross site scripting vulnerability posted

Wed, 1 Aug 2007 10:35:15 -0500

From reading the web advisory and then the IBM technote, it seems to be all versions of Sametime, including 7.5.1 with an availble hotfix for all versions. Future updates and fixes will contain the f



Real-Time Collaboration and Mobility Seminar - Chicago Day 1 final

Mon, 23 Oct 2006 20:56:15 -0500

After presenting the session on the RTC Gateway, the response was stunned looks. Enterprises represented still have concerns over the business case that would have them opening and connecting to publ



Messaging News: The Urgent Need to Implement Authenticated Email

Mon, 27 Feb 2006 14:34:00 -0500

This was in the January/February 2006 issue which you can get in PDF here. I thought this would be a rather large article to read, not the total of one page that it filled around a half page shadow picture and an ad for a conference (wow I just noticed it was the same conference the author is charman of). The following was an excerpt from the article by Craig Spiezle. Now Craig did nothing but put out the numbers and stats in my reading of it. I should note that his title is Director, Microsoft Technology Care and Safety and also the Chair of the emailauthentication.org board. What's New in Email Authentication? Over the past 18 months, authenticated mail has evolved significantly from concept to implementation, with two complementary approaches: the Sender ID Framework (SIDF) and DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM). SIDF is an Internet Protocol (IP)-based solution that was developed from the merger of the Sender Policy Framework (SPF) and Microsoft Caller ID for Email. DKIM is the merger of Yahoo! DomainKeys and Cisco's Identified Internet Mail (IIM) specifications. There is more rant to read on this below ... a search on Google for SIDF turned up some fun.



I was following Tom Duff’s post (and comments) on a Ray Ozzie post for other reasons

Tue, 29 Nov 2005 09:45:20 -0500

Instead of linking to Ray I will just link to Tom here. But I did grab this topic I wanted to cover from the exact posting Tom was talking about. Notes had just about the simplest possible repli