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The heart of every MailFoundry appliance is its top of the line, multi-core Intel processor. Combined with MailFoundry's super fast firmware and MessageIQ email scan engine, MailFoundry is able to process more messages per second than any other email security solution on the planet.
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MessageIQ updates every 5 minutes, automatically adjusting to the ever-changing email threats around the globe, all without you lifting a finger.
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MessageIQ knows spam. As a result, your important email gets delivered to your inbox on time, everytime -- no more looking in your spam folder.
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Utilizing state of the art CPU's, industry-leading motherboards and RAM and a unique flash boot system, MailFoundry leads the industry in uptime, reliability, and is trusted to protect millions of mailboxes worldwide.
"Our host recently put in a MailFoundry hardware spam/av filter. Since our email account has been on it's it's be great! Our spam is way down and we've very happy campers."

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Apr 14 - 6:50 am
Oh Canada!

Crooks use Heartbleed exploit to steal 900 Canadian tax IDs
While it might not be the worst case scenario, a security breach at the Canada Revenue Agency could be the worst known real-world exploit of the

Apr 11 - 5:50 am
MailFoundy appliances, cloud solutions and back end operations are not vulnerable to the SSL exploit.

Apr 8 - 2:43 am
Pay attention to the little things.

The Top 3 Mistakes Corporations Make With Their IT Security Program
I have seen many mistakes that companies make with their IT security programs, and have leveraged them to gain access to my client's secrets and assets.

Apr 7 - 3:00 am
Malware is in every network around the globe. Are you protected?

Apr 1 - 5:40 am
LinkedIn's concept of maintaining your personal security is lacking in ... security.

This Browser Extension Lets You See Any LinkedIn User's Email Address
Looks like someone finally found a use for the LinkedIn profile you've been sitting on for the past five years. Thanks to a new browser extension, you can now reveal the email address of any one of LinkedIn's roughly 260 million users-whether you're connected to them or not.

Mar 28 - 4:08 am
Social engineering is why we require multiple authentication methods for changes to customer accounts, logins, etc. even when it can be frustrating for customers at times. We're always watching your back!

SendGrid hands customer to hacker
Silver-tongued swindler sways staffer.

Mar 2 - 12:15 pm
Did you miss Stephen Colbert's keynote at RSA? Here are some highlights. Enjoy!

Stephen Colbert pitches own security solution at RSA Conference
Stephen Colbert's pitch for new data security company "Cloud Fog" and other highlights from RSA Conference keynote in San Francisco.

Feb 3 - 11:26 pm
Oh, this should make everyone in the United States feel good about their confidential heath and personal identity with the new Affordable Care Act system.

The Belarusian Connection
U.S. intelligence agencies last week urged the Obama administration to check its new healthcare network for malicious software after learning that developers linked to the Belarus government helped pr

Dec 31, 2013 - 4:00 am
What's next? Can they hack you from the satellite in orbit?

NSA can hack WiFi devices from eight miles away (video)
The NSA may have the ability to intercept data from around the world, but we now know that it has some impressive (and intimidating) equipment for

Dec 21, 2013 - 2:36 am
As a past exhibitor at the RSA Security show in San Francisco, we're now boycotting the company and their snow which is the largest computer/networking security show in North America. The entire computer security sector needs to come clean in light of NSA activities.

NSA Paid a Huge Security Firm $10 Million to Keep Encryption Weak
Reuters reports that the NSA paid massive computer security firm RSA $10 million to promote a flawed encryption system so that the surveillance organization could wiggle its way around security. In other words, the NSA bribed the firm to leave the back door to computers all over the world open.
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