Free antispam for Linux mail servers
Posted on 12 November 2010.
BitDefender released Free Antispam for Linux Mail Servers, aimed at small businesses and individuals who run mail servers in environments other than Windows but are dissatisfied with the lackluster performance of existing open-source or proprietary antispam solutions.

BitDefender's antispam engines provide antiphishing, content and attachment filtering. It's extremely easy to install and administrators have an easy to use web-based interface and powerful command line management.

The product offers:
  • High performance using NeuNet technology (advanced adaptive neural network)
  • Easy installation and easy to use web-based and command line administration interface
  • Highly compatible kits that are available for all major Linux distributions (available as RPM, DEB, IPK) and are Linux FHS compliant.
BitDefender provides multiple levels of advanced protection:

Antispam - Using constantly updated blacklists and whitelists of known Spam sites, Bayesian learning provides another layer of detection that adapts to the changes made by spammers to bypass static spam filters.

Antiphishing - While considered more of personal threat than a corporate threat; phishing sites can also harvesting information from your company's employees. Using a combination of constantly updated blacklists and whitelists, BitDefender prevents users from known accessing phishing sites and preventing compromise.

Content Filtering - Content filtering allows for the detection of predefined information such as credit card or account information, report names, client databases, etc. from passing outside the company's control.


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