Celebrate CastleCops' 5-Year Anniversary

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Our friends at CastleCops' body of work is truly ground breaking and it has always been a pleasure to collaborate and exchange knowledge with Paul Laudanski, Microsoft MVP Windows-Security, on his projects into malware and phishing research. They will soon be giving away over $130,000 in donations from companies who recognize how valuable CastleCops and their body of volunteers have been to the Net. We have had the honor to work with them over the years and wish them continued success.

FaceTime supports independent efforts like CastleCops.com because they mirror facets of our own research philosophy, recognizing the value of talking to Netizens, listening to clients and participating in the community at large.

Internet security is a vast problem that is not only technological in scope, but social as well. Social problems - by their very nature - are often best tackled by businesses and people working together. Leaders like Paul Laundanski are important catalysts in driving communities which create venues for open dialogue, frank conversation and education. We are grateful to have the opportunity to contribute.

Learn more about CastleCops.com, their 5-year anniversary celebration, and the various prizes made available to members. It is a great place to learn more about computers, security in general, and to be a part of the security community. Their achievement is a glowing testament on the impact motivated individuals, working together toward common goals, can achieve. From training their volunteer staff in anti-malware, phishing, and rootkit academies and through additional services, including forums, news, reviews, and continuing education CastleCops is a genuine and valuable resource for all.


More from CastleCops.com.

Brian Krebbs at Washington Post reports.

Colleague Bill P. of WinPatrol.

More coverage at:

MarketWatch.com

MorningStar News

Forbes.com

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