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Associações de provedores se mobilizam para bloquear porta 25

Febbraio 26, 2010 0:00 , by Software Livre Brasil - 0no comments yet | No one following this article yet.
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Do IDGNow, retornando ao assunto que tratamos no início do ano:

Diversas associações que representam os provedores de internet escolheram justamente o dia 25 para dar início a uma campanha que enfatiza a necessidade do bloqueio da porta 25, explorada por cibercriminosos para envio de mensagens de e-mail não solicitadas (spam).

Em comunicado divulgado nesta quinta-feira (25/2), as entidades Abramulti, Abranet, Abrappit, Abrint, Aprova-PE, Aprova-PB, InternetSul, Rede Global Info e Rede TeleSul disseram ter dado início a uma campanha nacional para a adoção do bloqueio.

A medida foi recomendada oficialmente pelo Comitê Gestor da Internet no Brasil (CGI.br) em 24/4/2009, porém a adesão não foi imediata. Um dos primeiros provedores a seguir a recomendação foi o UOL, que bloqueia a porta 25 desde 5/1 (via idgnow.uol.com.br)


Source: http://br-linux.org/2010/associacoes-de-provedores-se-mobilizam-para-bloquear-porta-25/

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