Many online vendors are promoting an email authentication system that would help ISP’s confirm that the one sending email is really the one sending email.
However, News Factor writes that A recent New York City gathering of leading Internet security companies and software developers led to a consensus that, while not a perfect solution, e-mail authentication represents a significant step forward for the entire Internet community. Still, detractors dismiss e-mail authentication and say it will have little affect, if any at all, on the ongoing problem.”
Read what Microsoft’s anti-spam/phishing guru said in a recent seminar to a group of small businesses about Microsoft’s online activities in this area.
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