Internal testing here at ProPrivacy and comment threads on British Telecom’s (BT) own support forums seem to suggest that the venerable UK telecoms provider has taken steps to restrict access to its webmail platform if you connect through a VPN. Comment threads on BT’s support forums first appeared in NovemberRead More →

User privacy concerns regarding existing messaging services eFind, LLC today announced the official launch of its free webmail service to millions of Internet users. eFind Mail is now used by people who value the confidentiality of their email communications. The company’s innovative messaging service allows anyone to use it. “WeRead More →

Time Warner Cable (TWC) was a US cable television company that Charter Communications acquired in 2016. After the initial acquisition, the Internet service operated under the name “Road Runner” was renamed and integrated with “Spectrum Internet”. Despite the rebranding of TWC, the company decided to keep the existing email addressesRead More →

As a leading telecommunications company, Shaw is committed to providing customers with seamless connectivity and a user-friendly experience. Having served customers for over 50 years, Shaw now offers a wide variety of Internet and other telecommunications services. Shaw Webmail is another easy to use service provided by the Canadian telecommunicationsRead More →

According to the APWG report, phishing attacks continued to increase in the summer of 2019, with cybercrime gangs focusing on branded webmail and SaaS providers. The report also documents how criminals are increasingly committing Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks using gift card withdrawal systems. The number of phishing attacks seenRead More →

Microsoft has reported a breach of its webmail service that exposed a “limited” number of email accounts to criminal intrusion. Compromised Microsoft webmail services Microsoft has confirmed TechCrunch today that some of their webmail users saw their email accounts exposed to intruders between January 1 and March 28 after obtainingRead More →

Aol breaks with the past with a new webmail app. Through JOANNA STERN October 17, 2012, 20:35 • 4 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article October 18, 2012 ?? — “You have an email!” Ah, the words so many of us associate with our first emailRead More →

Microsoft is replacing its Hotmail webmail service with a new browser-based version of Outlook, its desktop email application. The company said the new webmail site will have a cleaner look and work well with smartphones and tablets. It will remove display ads and large search boxes that take up spaceRead More →

2012 is certainly a busy year for Microsoft. Compared to innovative competitors like Apple and Google, Microsoft appears to most young consumers as a geriatric company, a company that makes clunky, yet reliable software. The Fortune 500 company tried to tackle that image this year by releasing the sleekest WindowsRead More →

Facebook is completely rewriting its email product and preparing to launch a full webmail product in its place, according to a source with knowledge of the product. Internally it is known as Project Titan. Or, unofficially and perhaps too enthusiastically, the Gmail killer. Facebook messaging has been the bane ofRead More →