General guide to the Internet, includes sections covering the history of the Web, email, Usenet and other topics.
A nonprofit Internet watchdog, providing protection and advice for consumers and reducing Internet crime and fraud.
A database of addresses for reporting Internet abuse.
Monthly e-zine about recognizing, preventing and fighting all types of fraud, misinformation and abuse perpetuated with the help of the internet.
Discusses recognition and prevention of intimidation by email, IM, web sites and other internet or high-technology media.
Site promotes awareness of bullying using technologies such as SMS, email and the internet, the damage it does, and ways to protect yourself from it.
Security whitepaper discussing proxy honeypots and observations on the types of abuse that are aided and enabled by insecure proxy servers.
Logs and reports brute force login attempts to their servers, providing a blacklist for firewalls. Includes lists of IPs involved in the attacks and FAQs.
Open source PHP script for generating image CAPTCHAs with audio alternatives. Includes documentation, a gallery and an online demonstration. [LGPL]
Free customizable image-based service. Provides a FAQ.
Users need to roll dice and answer the question to verify they are human with this free image based service. Provides a demo, FAQs and customization options.
A free, distributed service that tracks comment spammers and allows website administrators to block them through its http:BL service.
Weblogger crystallizes the thoughts of many in declaring a cyberwar on those who inappropriately post in guestbooks and weblogs.
Offers instructions for webmasters for avoiding and eliminating spam in guestbook.
Types of spam seen on blogs.
A plugin which identifies and blocks comment and trackback spam on blogs with integration to various blogging systems.
Provides statistics and various information about persistent spammers on message boards and blogs.
Instead of CAPTCHA we insert an advertising image.
A volunteer organization founded in 1997 to fight online harassment through education of the general public, education of law enforcement personnel, and empowerment of victims. WHOA has also formulated voluntary policies which they encourage online communities to adopt in order to create safe and welcoming environments for all Internet users. Information only.
Briefly addresses cyberstalking and online harassment, with links to other sites with more in-depth articles.
Support for victims of a cyberstalker. Provides tips for online safety and computer security as well as emotional support.
Collection of articles and links about Denial of Service attacks.
A brief overview on identifying DoS attacks from the US-CERT (United States Computer Emergency Response Team).
Network security company providing both traffic analysis and DDoS software. Provides full details of each product with diagrams and screenshots.
Network security company specializing in DoS/DDoS attacks. Provides information about their services.
Manufacturers of anti-DDoS devices. Provides product and company information. Includes upcoming events.