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Starting Feb. 13, Google will no longer allow JavaScript attachments on its Gmail service, killing one of the main methods of malware distribution over the past two years. Users will no longer be able to attach .JS files to emails in Gmail, regardless of whether they attach them directly or they include them in archives […]

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A campaign of spam emails that use Microsoft Publisher attachments to infect companies with a Windows backdoor was disclosed by researchers Tuesday. According to a post on Bitdefender’s HOTforSecurity blog, the emails impersonate employees at companies in China, the U.K., and other countries and contain attachments with fake customer orders and invoices.

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Secure e-mail and attachments with end-to-end encryption

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