BitDefender Launches Free Antispam Product For Linux ServersBitDefender Launches Free Antispam Product For Linux Servers
Free Antispam for Linux Mail Servers uses NeuNet technology
November 13, 2010
BUCHAREST, Romania - BitDefender, an award-winning provider of innovative internet security solutions, today announced the release of Free Antispam for Linux Mail Servers, which uses the same antispam engines that earned BitDefender a perfect track record, with 9 VBSpam Awards in periodic tests run by the prestigious Virus Bulletin.
“BitDefender Free Antispam for Mail Servers is 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,” said Alexandru Balan, Bitdefender’s Innovation & Technology Product Manager
BitDefender’s Free Antispam for Mail Servers also offers:
-- High performance using our patent pending NeuNet technology (advanced adaptive neural network)
-- Easy installation and easy to use web-based and command line administration interfaces
-- Highly compatible kits that are available for all major Linux distributions (available as RPM, DEB, IPK) and are Linux FHS compliant
"We have some of the best antispam engines out there, as confirmed time and time again by independent tests. We're happy for the opportunity to give something back to the community and to further our goal of making the Internet safer to use," Alexandru Balan.
BitDefender Free Antispam for Mail Servers is available now. For more information, please visit www.bitdefender.com/frams.
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