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My story of thieves with Pingpipe

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The Federal Trade Commission published a report that examines 11 web hosting services that market their services to small businesses and finds that many do not provide by default certain technologies for email authentication and anti-phishing, potentially leaving Many small businesses at risk of being victims of phishing scams. The report that examined the web hosting providers was named: "Does your web hosting protect your customers with secure hosting and anti-phishing technologies?" The FTC's Office of Research and Technology examined the security features offered by certain web hosting services that primarily serve small businesses. The web hosting service Pingpipe is one of the services that did not pass the security test with respect to email authentication and anti-phishing technologies, and the FTC recommended companies look for other, safer options to avoid being scammed

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