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Outlook.com users will further get an extra level of security, as Microsoft announced that it has enabled Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS) encryption support for both sending and receiving of email between providers.
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On Friday Microsoft defended its right to break into customers’ accounts to read emails if it suspected it had been the victim of a crime. This came after the tech giant admitted in federal court documents that it had forced its way into a blogger’s Hotmail account to track down and stop a leak of software.
The Syrian Electronic Army followed a Skype intrusion by taking command of Microsoft's blog and Twitter accounts 10 days later. Microsoft shut down the accounts for "maintenance" following discovery of the attack.
Last week Yahoo! introduced new features and themes for its Yahoo! Mail, and brought with it a new conversation mode that allows users to group messages together in a thread. However the conversation now seems to be one filled with anger and frustration from disgruntled users of the email client.
The National Security Agency (NSA) has been collecting contact lists and “buddy lists” of Internet users from across the globe with help from email and web chat companies such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Yahoo.
Microsoft acknowledged yesterday that their Outlook.com, Messenger and SkyDrive services had once again experienced outages, leaving some users without access to email and cloud services for several hours.
In her article, AOL Email Hacked – What to Do and How to Recoversecurity researcher at idcloak Technologies tells how an email account can be compromised, how it can be used for attempted fraud
idcloak publishes HOTMAIL ACCOUNT HACKED: WHAT TO DO.
The Guardian today released further details about the NSA's PRISM campaign which allows easier access to American citizens' data through major tech companies like Apple, Google and Microsoft.