Kristina Soll Globell

Filtering and inspection of files at the policy level can be configured with these. The intelligent SMART filter technology (suspicious mail attachment removal technology”) scans, for example, the header of the file to detect which file format it is indeed sample suppliers the. Deception, such as renamed file extensions (.doc,. exe, .dll, .pdf, etc.), does not allow the SMART filter. Personal Outlook contacts shall be enrolled automatically in auto-whitelist”known function will automatically add the recipient addresses in outgoing emails the whitelist (list of approved, non-hazardous addressees).

This will avoid that innocuous addresses evil be classified erroneously as (“so-called false positive”). The most important features at a glance: Ninja needed to wait only half of the time the server products as compared to other email security and saves new therefore cost per user! “Version 2.1 now includes templates for policy future-oriented Plug-In architecture of third-generation SMART attachment filtering” with flexible policies trials: A free trial version of Ninja email security can be downloaded under. It has a time limit of 30 days. Ordering information: multi-user licenses of Ninja email security available inexpensive, staggered according to the number of mailboxes. Prices include technical support free support by Globell as well as updates and product of upgrades within one year.

The smallest quantity includes five licenses for a total of 199,95 EUR (incl. VAT). About Sunbelt Software: Sunbelt Software develops high-quality Windows Management and IT security solutions such as anti-spam, antivirus and antispyware software, as well as products for the risk and vulnerability analysis for IT systems and programs. The Sunbelt product line includes VIPRE, Ninja email security, Sunbelt Exchange archiver and counter spy, high-end firewall technologies. Sunbelt Software, headquartered in Tampa Bay, Florida, was founded in 1994 and is part of the Sunbelt international group with headquarters in France.

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