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PhishTank.com – Trying To Fight Phishing

Nobody is free from phishing attacks, and the threats these can pose to your own safety are much bigger than you might imagine. You don’t need to have your credit card number compromised to realize that there is a problem that merits as much attention as it can receive. This website aims to become the one spot on the Web in which sites that are involved in fraudulent activities are denounced. Phish Tank is a true collaborative...

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TwitBlock.org – Keeping Twitter Accounts Free Of Spam

A sign of popularity of a service – any service – is that junk and spammy contents start being commonplace. They go from being the exception to the rule, and such has happened to Twitter – the amount of junk that is put your way is nothing short of infuriating. That is mainly forthcoming from accounts which are not human at all, but rather computer-aided or even fully automated. These fake accounts can lower the appeal so considerably...

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Silverfeed.com – Prevent Spam Easily

Email Aliasing is a new way of preventing spam because it only allows sites that are approved to email your email “alias” for that site (e.g. amazon@username.silverfeed.com). Silverfeed allows you to create aliases and easily manage email aliases for all the sites you use via the site or browser plugins. All approved emails are forwarded to your personal account so that it works with any email service; corporate, Gmail,...

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