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GFI MailSecurity™ for Exchange/SMTP includes an email exploit detection engine as one of several key components designed to provide comprehensive protection against email threats. Drawing on GFI’s research on email exploits, this engine detects signatures of currently known email exploits and blocks any messages containing those signatures. GFI MailSecurity contains checks for all important email exploits and can also automatically download new exploit checks as they become available.

Other GFI MailSecurity features include multiple virus engines, to guarantee higher detection rate and faster response to new viruses; email content and attachment checking, to quarantine dangerous attachments and content; an HTML threats engine, to disable HTML scripts; a Trojan & Executable Scanner, to detect malicious executables; and more. For further information and to download a full trial, please visit http://www.gfi.com/mailsecurity.

About GFI

GFI Software provides web and mail security, archiving and fax, networking and security software and hosted IT solutions for small to medium-sized enterprises (SME) via an extensive global partner community. GFI products are available either as on-premise solutions, in the cloud or as a hybrid of both delivery models. With award-winning technology, a competitive pricing strategy, and a strong focus on the unique requirements of SMEs, GFI satisfies the IT needs of organizations on a global scale. The company has offices in the United States (North Carolina, California and Florida), UK (London and Dundee), Austria, Australia, Malta, Hong Kong, Philippines and Romania, which together support hundreds of thousands of installations worldwide. GFI is a channel-focused company with thousands of partners throughout the world and is also a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.

More information about GFI can be found at http://www.gfi.com.

Why you need an email exploit detection engine


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