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  2. Why did I receive an email from MAILER-DAEMON? - AOL

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    When you get a message from a "MAILER-DAEMON" or a "Mail Delivery Subsystem" with a subject similar to "Failed Delivery," this means that an email you sent was undeliverable and has been bounced back to you.

  3. Zix Corp - Wikipedia

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    Zix Corporation (ZixCorp) was a security technology company that provides email encryption services, email data loss prevention (DLP), and mobile applications designed to address bring your own device (BYOD) corporate technology trend. [2] Before being acquired by OpenText, Zix was headquartered in Dallas, Texas, [3] and served customers that ...

  4. Dropsuite - Wikipedia

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    They are a public company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX:DSE). [2] Originally, Dropsuite only provided website backup services, but expanded services to include Cloud Backup for Office 365, Cloud Backup for G Suite Gmail, and email archiving.

  5. Timeline of computer viruses and worms - Wikipedia

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    March 1: The Ping-Pong virus (also called Boot, Bouncing Ball, Bouncing Dot, Italian, Italian-A or VeraCruz), an MS-DOS boot sector virus, is discovered at the University of Turin in Italy. June: The CyberAIDS and Festering Hate Apple ProDOS viruses spreads from underground pirate BBS systems and starts infecting mainstream networks.

  6. Necurs botnet - Wikipedia

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    Around June 1, 2016, the botnet went offline, perhaps due to a glitch in the command and control server running Necurs. However, three weeks later, Jon French from AppRiver discovered a spike in spam emails, signifying either a temporary spike in the botnet's activity or return to its normal pre-June 1 state. [1] [2]

  7. Thoma Bravo - Wikipedia

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    Thoma Bravo, LP, is an American private equity and growth capital firm with offices in San Francisco, Chicago and Miami. [7] It is known for being particularly active in acquiring software companies and has over $114 billion in assets under management.

  8. Carasent - Wikipedia

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    Apptix is publicly traded on the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE: APP). [4] Apptix has acquired and integrated other hosted Exchange vendors ASP-One, [5] Mi8, [6] and Mailstreet. [7] In 2011, revenues totaled US$40.7 million, up 5% from $38.6 million in 2010. [8] Positive net income trends have continued for the first three quarters of 2012. [9]

  9. Dix River - Wikipedia

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    The Dix River is a 79.3-mile-long (127.6 km) [1] tributary of the Kentucky River in central Kentucky in the United States . It begins in western Rockcastle County, about 5 miles (8 km) west of Mount Vernon. It flows generally northwest, in a tight meandering course, passing north of Stanford and east of Danville.