Everyone has that junk email account from an old mail service they don’t use anymore (ehem…AOL). They give it to salesmen, questionable websites, contests, fake accounts, etc. That way the majority of SPAM goes to the secondary account and fewer personal details are provided. While is a great solution, it’s time to upgrade to junk mail 2.0. I know you’re thinking, “Why? That just sounds like putting lipstick on a pig.

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Chris Sereno

For 11 years networking was my profession with a specialized focus on proactive and reactive performance analysis. More recently I have embraced the AWS platform. This blog reflects my experience both past and present.

AWS Architect at Caterpillar, Inc.

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