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Linux Firm Raises Performance Bar on Anti-spam & Anti-phishing Applications Print E-mail
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Source: Guardian Digital - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Vendors/Products Guardian Digital, the world’s premier open source Internet security company, today reinforced their dedication to email security with the release of Secure Mail Suite v. 3.2. Incorporating advanced technologies for enterprise spam and phishing protection, Secure Mail Suite v. 3.2 is the first solution of its kind to include distributed protection from these types of attacks including the latest blended threats.

With this update to the already advanced email technologies provided by the firm, Guardian Digital continues to battle the presence of harmful email, using the open source approach, by providing customers with exceptional and pioneering security tools designed to protect users from the increasing numbers of unsolicited and harmful emails, while preserving and enhancing the effectiveness of system resources.

Collaborating with the open source community in conjunction with their own innovations, the latest email security enhancements by Guardian Digital include:

  • Spam URI Blocklists (SURBL) - Advanced spam defenses deliver the most effective methods in preventing phishing attacks and deluge of unsolicited mail from corporate spammers and spam gangs.

  • Globally Connected Spam Databases - Provides hourly feeds and the most qualified list of known spam offenders available.

  • System Resource Preservation Tools - Grants an increase in mail processing speed and system scalability with the ability to handle more spam checks per second.

    With spam accounting for 65% of all email sent, and nearly one and ten carrying a debilitating virus, the company is certain the new security tools offered through Secure Mail Suite will result in an impressive decline in spam and a significant increase in email server performance.

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