Windows Live & Privacy

Windows Live & Privacy Privacy and control over it is very important.  The following Passport web site provides a full view of your passport information and allows you to change or update your information.  It’s great that the site gives you full control all the way to being able to close the account. http://accountservices.passport.net The […]

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Windows Live Mail Desktop

It’s official, we have announced that we are working on Windows Live Mail Desktop and a beta release will happen in a few months. Windows Live Mail Desktop is an email client that can be downloaded onto Windows XP or Windows Vista.  It will be a rough super-set of Windows Mail in Windows Vista. We […]

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Windows Mail in Vista includes a Phishing Filter

It’s now public that we added a phishing filter for Windows Mail in Windows Vista. Phishing filter Phishing is a type of fraud designed to steal your identity. In phishing scams, scam artists try to get you to disclose valuable personal data—like credit card numbers, passwords, account data, or other information—by convincing you to provide […]

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Security Report for E-mail

This article is a good status of the kinds of security attacks happening in 2005. http://www.whitedust.net/article/45/Future_Trends_of_Malware/ Security is very important for the Outlook Express team and a high priority when we pick features. OE Security improvements in XP SP2: AES: Security Checks when launching attachments found in email.   Details: UI and technical. Blocked [...]

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Windows Live!

What is Windows Live? Windows Live is an important new announcement at Microsoft.   Windows Live is a series of web portals and downloadable applications that do an incredible job for the various aspects of a user’s life. Try them out at: Windows Live Ideas  (List of available products)   Click here Windows Live.Com           […]

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