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New Email Security Product Supports TLS Encryption

New Boundary Encryption feature encrypts inbound and outbound email content while in transit

Rohnert Park, Calif. " January 7, 2010 " Red Condor, an award-winning provider of fully managed email security solutions, today released version 7.0 of its anti-spam software. The latest software update, which powers the company's family of Message Assurance Gateway email security appliances and its hosted spam filtering service, includes several new features that enhance the confidentiality and trust of customers' email communications.

Among the new features in version 7.0 is support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) Encryption. Using digital certificates, Red Condor establishes private email networks that link Red Condor's customers with their defined partners. As a result, every email sent or received through the networks is fully encrypted and the encryption is transparent to both sender and recipient. Using TLS to encrypt communications between two email gateways protects all email content while in transit and ensures full compliance with privacy regulations. Red Condor's TLS Encryption is an optional service that is available at no charge to current and new customers. In addition to TLS Encryption, Red Condor version 7.0 also provides enhanced troubleshooting and certificate management for MAG antispam appliance administrators.

"Email has been the leading communications tool for businesses for many years, yet still today there is significant risk involved when using it to exchange intellectual property or other sensitive information," said Dr. Thomas Steding, president and CEO of Red Condor. "There is little doubt that the information within unsecured emails could be intercepted, read and altered before it reaches its intended destination. TLS Encryption eliminates these concerns and risks while ensuring the integrity of every message sent through our system."

Steding added, "Our solutions protect every part of the email message and ensure that the encrypted email is only sent to the correct destination. We make email security easy by automatically and consistently applying encryption policies to every message, thereby eliminating the need for users to take any special action to send or receive their encrypted communications."

For more information on Red Condor version 7.0 or its anti-spam solutions, contact 888-966-7726 or visit RedCondor.com.

About Red Condor

Red Condor is revolutionizing spam fighting with its next generation technology. Red Condor's highly accurate email filter, hybrid architecture Vx Technology, and fully managed appliances lead to a dramatic reduction in the cost of owning a premium spam filter. With solutions for small businesses, as well as ISPs with millions of email inboxes, Red Condor has a cost-effective, timesaving solution that is rapidly gaining market share. The system's design has built-in zero tolerance for lost email, and a near zero false positive rate while achieving long-term spam block rates greater than 99%. Red Condor Archive is a secure message archiving service with lifetime retention and unlimited storage. The company's next-generation technology is backed by a 24x7 customer care center staffed by email security experts at Red Condor's headquarters. For more information, visit www.redcondor.com.

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