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9/11/2012
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Saudi Arabia Is New King Of Spam

The reason is presumably the rise of the Festi botnet

Berlin, September 10, 2012 - In August 2012, 28.9 % - almost a third - of all spam came from Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia's share was larger than that of all countries outside the spam top 9 together! The reason is presumably the rise of the Festi botnet. Bad news: Germany and the U.S. were both back in the top 5, together accounting for more than 10 % of all spam.

Each month, the research team of eleven, leading German e-mail security provider, presents the "Number of the Month" - a number representing and illustrating a current issue or trend in e-mail security.

eleven on Twitter: http://twitter.com/elevensecurity

eleven - E-mail security "Made in Germany" eleven is a leading e-mail security provider based in Germany. Its unique eXpurgate technology offers a spam filter and e-mail categorization service that protects the user reliably against spam and phishing, detects potentially dangerous e-mail and can distinguish between individual messages and any kind of mass e-mail. eXpurgate also offers numerous virus protection options and a powerful e-mail firewall.

Over 45,000 companies of all sizes use eXpurgate to check and categorize more than a billion e-mail messages every day. Customers include Internet service providers and telecommunication carriers such as T-Online, O2, Vodafone and freenet as well as many well-known companies and public institutions, including Air Berlin, BMW, the Federal Association of German Banks, DATEV, the Free University of Berlin, Landesbank Berlin, RTL, ThyssenKrupp and Tobit Software AG. For more information, visit our website at: http://www.eleven.de.

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