Berlin, 5 February 2009 " eleven, the leading German e-mail security provider, is presenting the world's most effective e-mail security solution for companies and ISPs at CeBIT 2009 (hall 11, stand B28) from March 3 to 8, in Hanover. eXpurgate 3.0 checks up to more than 5,000 e-mails per second, making it more than ten times faster than the competition's highest performance solutions. In addition, eleven has extended its solution's range of functions: the company now offers a complete MTA gateway and a new version of its outbound protection. Finally, new standalone versions for SpamAssassin and Sendmail Milter allow an even better integration into existing infrastructures. eXpurgate 3.0 is available as a managed service, a software solution or as a SDK.
The next generation of e-mail security
The integrated e-mail security solution eXpurgate 3.0 safeguards business-relevant e-mail communication at all times and comprehensively protects e-mail infrastructures from dangers both known and unknown. eXpurgate 3.0 is currently by far the world's most effective e-mail security solution for companies. As a result, eXpurgate 3.0 is particularly well-suited for companies with very high e-mail traffic, as well as large ISPs and telecommunication providers with millions of e-mail users. eXpurgate 3.0 identifies spam and other malware with a recognition rate of well over 99 percent and does not produce false positives when processing individual e-mails. The false positive rate of under 0.00001 percent is the lowest of all available anti-spam solutions Zero False Positives').
MTA gateway: eXpurgate.Edge
With the MTA gateway eXpurgate.Edge, eleven offers companies with complex e-mail infrastructures and high e-mail volume " especially ISPs and carriers " a total solution for comprehensively and seamlessly protecting their e-mail infrastructure. eXpurgate.Edge is a high-performance mail transfer agent (MTA) installed at the interface between the internet and the internal network. The integrated e-mail security solution eXpurgate checks e-mails during delivery and refuses e-mails recognised as spam or malware before the e-mail server receives them. Using this reject mode, a large portion (over 95 percent) of e-mail volume can be refused before it even reaches the company's e-mail infrastructure.
eXpurgate Outbound Protection: protection against spam sending
Spammers are increasingly exploiting legitimate infrastructures, mainly large ISPs' webmail services and other e-mail services, to send spam and malware. The new version of eXpurgate Outbound Protection provides ISPs and large corporations protection from becoming sources of spam themselves. The tried-and-tested eXpurgate bulkcheck technology reliably checks outgoing e-mail traffic for spam, viruses and other malware with a spam-detection rate of over 99 percent and a false positive rate of under 0.00001 percent.
"Today, e-mail security means seamless protection of e-mail infrastructures and ensuring business-relevant e-mail communication is maintained without interruption at all times. By significantly extending the range of our e-mail security products and increasing their performance, we enable companies to comprehensively secure their e-mail communication," explains Robert Rothe, eleven founder and CEO.
eleven " e-mail security made in Germany
eleven is Germany's leading e-mail security provider. eXpurgate is the world's only spam filter and e-mail categorisation service that offers reliable protection against spam and phishing mails, recognises potentially dangerous e-mails and differentiates between individual mails and any kind of bulk mail. What's more, eXpurgate also offers a powerful e-mail firewall and a comprehensive range of options for protecting against viruses.
More than 30,000 businesses of all sizes use the eXpurgate service. eXpurgate checks and categorises up to 1 billion e-mails every day. Alongside internet service providers such as T-Online, O2, Vodafone and freenet, eleven's client base includes many well-known companies and public institutions such as Air Berlin, the Association of German Banks, DATEV, the Free University of Berlin, Landesbank Berlin, Mazda, RTL and Tobit Software AG. Further information can be found at http://www.eleven.de.