The Safe Link technology was recently launched by Microsoft through Office 365. The goal of this technology is to rewrite all URL's in email to a URL classification service, so at the time of user-clicks it's possible to reclassify a URL. This method is preferred as spammers more often replace the phishing URL's site content after a message is being scanned, hence there is a need of reclassification later. Safe link is Microsoft's "best-effort" to do so.
Have you checked out our open-source end-user interface on GitHub? It can be used either as it is, modified to fit your needs, or only as an inspiration for your own code. Since last time we posted about it, we have updated it with a bunch of goodies, have a look and feel free to give us some feedback if you decide to try it.
I want to work for myself, as egoistic as it may sound, I want to be a creator.
Jonas Falck eat, sleep and breath Halon. As a co-founder, product developer and evangelist, he is essential to the team. But he is also the acting enfant terrible of the group, the one with the most unread email in his inbox and
Halon was attending IT company Atea’s yearly partner meet-up in Stockholm when the host announced a charity auction. That’s when we became the proud owner of a signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic shirt from Paris Saint-Germain, and the equivalent of 2100 US dollar was donated to the Swedish cancer research fund.
Halon has been selected finalist in no less than three categories in the 2017 Network Computing Awards. Voting is now open and you can vote for Halon as "IT Optimisation Product of the Year", "Software Product of the Year" and for the "Return on Investment Award".
Ever got an email from Santa Claus? Me neither, but in this day and age I’m assuming it’s just a matter of time. And when I do, I want to see his face in the ”From”-field. Yes, I said face, not name.