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State Of The Art Intel Processors

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.
MessageIQ - The World's Smartest Anti-Spam Engine

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 MailFoundry anti-spam solution has eliminated spam from our employees inboxes with only one false positive in over three years of use. Simply amazing!"

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Aug 22 - 8:43 am
The Target card reader hack was much, much larger than just Target stores.


Secret Service Warns 1,000 Businesses on Hack That Affected Target
bits.blogs.nytimes.com
Far more companies than originally thought may be vulnerable to the attack that allowed criminals to steal credit card information from Target and other major retailers.

Aug 20 - 2:28 am
Physical security, like network security is only as good as the technology that supports it. Picking the lock on the cabinet to instal malware on the X-Ray machine's PC was trivial. How secure are your locks?


Researchers Easily Slipped Weapons Past TSA's X-Ray Body Scanners | Threat Level | WIRED
www.wired.com
Two years ago, a blogger named Jonathan Corbett published a YouTube video that seemed to show a facepalm-worthy vulnerability in the TSA's Rapiscan full-body X-ray scanners: Because metal detected by the scanners appeared black in the images the scanners created, he claimed that any passenger could...

Aug 19 - 3:00 am
Need an RX for network security?


Hospital network hackers nab personal info of 4.5 million US patients
www.engadget.com
In April and June, one of the largest hospital networks in the US was hacked. Community Health Systems says that cyber attacks originating in China stole

Aug 15 - 5:41 am
What can't be exploited as a security risk?


Hackers transform a smartphone gyroscope into always-on microphone
www.engadget.com
Apps that use your smartphone's microphone need to ask permission, but the motion sensors? No say-so needed. That might not sound like a big deal, but

Aug 8 - 5:50 am
Here kitty, kitty.


How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor's Wi-Fi | Threat Level | WIRED
www.wired.com
Late last month, a Siamese cat named Coco went wandering in his suburban Washington, DC neighborhood. He spent three hours exploring nearby backyards. He killed a mouse, whose carcass he thoughtfully brought home to his octogenarian owner, Nancy. And while he was out, Coco mapped dozens of his neigh...

Aug 7 - 1:50 am
Hacking is rooted in creativity sprinkled with occasional humor.


Hackers made Iran's nuclear computers blast AC/DC
www.theverge.com
Between 2009 and 2010, Iran's nuclear program was the target of a devastating cyber attack. A virus, reportedly developed by the American and Israeli governments and known as Stuxnet, took control...

Jul 8 - 10:16 am
'Droid users beware.... when you upgrade, what happens to that phone you sell..???


Security company says your data can easily be recovered from 'wiped' Android phones
www.theverge.com
Software maker Avast is calling the security and thoroughness of Android's factory reset feature into serious doubt today. The company says it purchased 20 used Android smartphones online and set...

Jul 7 - 1:57 pm
Nothing like starting off the week by sending MessageIQ powered MailFoundry hardware to Germany. Scha?tzen!



Jun 25 - 1:14 am
Perhaps not the smartest move....



World Cup Security Team Accidentally Shares Its Awful Wi-Fi Password
gizmodo.com
What's the bigger security crime: having your Wi-Fi password displayed on a big screen, or using tired old internet speak to have "b5a2112014" as the password for the Brazil 2014 event security team network?

May 30 - 3:12 am
Seems that GoDaddy had a DNS problem with some of our domains aren't working this morning. The issue has been revolved, but we're waiting on DNS propagation to clear up any lagging routing issues. This outage effects MailFoundry Message IQ updates and also MailFoundry Hosted customers. We apologize for the problem and now that its fixed we're investigating with GoDaddy to uncover what happened on their end to cause it. IF YOU ARE A CUSTOMER, PLEASE RESTART YOUR ROUTER OR REFRESH YOUR DNS TABLES. This will fix the problem faster on your end.


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