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  3. Phishing - Wikipedia

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    Attackers who broke into TD Ameritrade's database and took 6.3 million email addresses (though they were not able to obtain social security numbers, account numbers, names, addresses, dates of birth, phone numbers and trading activity) also wanted the account usernames and passwords, so they launched a follow-up spear phishing attack. 2008

  4. Chromium (web browser) - Wikipedia

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    Chromium has been a Google project since its inception, and Google employees have done the bulk of the development work. Google refers to this project and the offshoot Chromium OS as "the Chromium projects", and its employees use @chromium.org email addresses for this development work. However, in terms of governance, the Chromium projects are ...

  5. HubSpot - Wikipedia

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    The software as a service product is free and integrates with Gmail, G Suite, Microsoft Office for Windows, and other software. Tech industry reviews. HubSpot has been described as unique because it strives to provide its customers with an all-in-one approach.

  6. History of Facebook - Wikipedia

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    Facebook login page changes due to Facebook Timeline addition. 2012: January 10: Product (news feed) Facebook starts showing advertisements (called Featured Posts) in the news feed. The advertisements are generally for pages that one's Facebook friends have engaged with. 2012: April: Acquisition: Facebook acquires Instagram for $1 billion. 2012

  7. Timeline of computer viruses and worms - Wikipedia

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    March 13: Magistr, also called Disembowler, is discovered. It is a complex email worm for Windows systems with multiple payloads that trigger months apart from each other. It targets members of the Law profession by searching the files on a user's computer for various keywords relating to court proceedings, activating if such are found.

  8. Post Office Protocol - Wikipedia

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    In computing, the Post Office Protocol (POP) is an application-layer Internet standard protocol used by e-mail clients to retrieve e-mail from a mail server. POP version 3 (POP3) is the version in common use, and along with IMAP the most common protocols for email retrieval.

  9. Act! LLC - Wikipedia

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    Act! (previously known as Sage ACT! 2010–2013) is a customer relationship management (CRM) software and marketing automation software platform designed for, and used by, small and mid-sized businesses.