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Source: John Dickinson - Posted by Joe Shakespeare   
Vendors/Products Cloudmark, best known for its spam-fighting add-in for Microsoft Outlook, has added fraud protection to its products' talents, and renamed the well-known desktop client from SpamNet to SafetyBar. . . . Cloudmark, best known for its spam-fighting add-in for Microsoft Outlook, has added fraud protection to its products' talents, and renamed the well-known desktop client from SpamNet to SafetyBar.

The big news here is that users SafetyBar users are protected phishing attacks when they are identified by Cloudmark's million-plus member community of spam-fighting users. At the same time, legitimate marketing e-mails from participating institutions, such as banks and other financial institutions, are scanned, "fingerprinted", and their presence made known to the installed base of SafetyBar clients.

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