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Over 96% of e-mail scanned in March constituted spam.
04 April, 2008
Unwanted e-mails remain constant over last quarter with nearly all e-mails scanned being junk of which 0.07% contained malicious code.
Drop in new year spam insignificant according to SoftScan.
07 February, 2008
After all time high levels of spam at the end of 2007, SoftScan research shows temporary dip in nuisance e-mails in January.
Softscan urges modification of on-line lifestyle.
17 January, 2008
Softscan predicts an increase in IT threats based on social engineering in 2008 and urges users to respond appropriately.
Phishing spam accounted for over 85% in December.
07 January, 2008
Softscan report for December continues to demonstrate the clear lead position that spam has over other malicious and unwanted e-mails with genuine e-mails accounting for only 3% of our in boxes.
November SoftScan report reveals more convincing spam.
04 December, 2007
Last month saw higher levels of spam than ever before along with more convincing content including multiple languages and even realistic English.
October malware report indicates continued spam increases.
06 November, 2007
Over 96% of diverted e-mail was spam according to SoftScan report on malware detected during October.
Daily spam levels reach as high as 93% of e-mails.
02 October, 2007
Spam report for September shows further increase in spam and viruses.
August sees record levels of spam
05 September, 2007
Phishing and eCard spam account for nearly three-quarters of unsolicited e-mails as spam reaches record levels.
Wave of extra spam forecast by SoftScan
21 August, 2007
SoftScan warns of additional spam at the start of the new academic year as students return to their studies.