November 7, 2005 - New Website Launch
MX Resources is proud to announce the launch of its newly designed website, with a stream-lined interface, quicker access to customer login features, and new logo design. Website design company, Applied Office, was thrilled to work on the project. "This new design will spur sales and increase customer retention, and differentiate MX Resources from its competitors," said David Diskin, owner of Applied Office.
November 3, 2005 - 20-Year-Old Spammer Charged
MSNBC reports that "a 20-year-old man accused of using thousands of hijacked computers, or “bot nets,” to damage systems and send massive amounts of spam across the Internet was arrested on Thursday in what authorities called the first such prosecution of its kind."
October 6, 2005 - Symantec AntiVirus Scan Engine has Serious Bug
Users of the Symantec's AntiVirus Scan Engine are being advised to upgrade their software, thanks to a critical security bug in the product. The flaw could theoretically allow an attacker to take control of an affected system, according to Symantec. Read more.
September 2, 2005 - Beware of 'Katrina' Emails
While organizations all over the world contribute money, resources, and time to helping the victims of hurricane Katrina, one individual has taken the opportunity to spread malware through the internet. These emails and websites purporting to be from charities or offering newsworthy information about the event are simply trojans harboring a virus. Read more.
August 9, 2005 - Microsoft Settles with Spam-King for $7M
Microsoft settled a lawsuit filed against the "king of spam" Scott Richter of OptInRealBig.Com LLC today for $7M which Microsoft says will be pumped back into fighting Internet crime with law enforcement. Read more.
May 2005 - MX Resources Helps Pacific Unified Insurance Services
When Linda Morgan of Pacific Unified Insurance Agency was overwhelmed with spam, she turned to MX Resources for help. "MX Resources and Matthew Meltzer have proven that when we need support, whether it pertains to their service or other general technical questions, they will come through for us when we need them most." Read the testimonial Linda wrote about her experience.