MicroWorld releases new version of MailScan Ver. 4.5 - the antivirus and content security software for mail servers.

Written by MicroWorld Technologies Inc.

Michigan - May 20, 2005 - MicroWorld Technologies, Inc.repparttar leading solutions provider inrepparttar 139191 area of Anti-virus and Content security, has announcedrepparttar 139192 launch of its new version of MailScan Ver. 4.5,repparttar 139193 antivirus and content security software for mail servers.

The new version of MailScan provides additional security features to allow users to monitorrepparttar 139194 TCP connections on their systems, and use enhanced Anti-SPAM control to fight SPAM.

The new security feature interface displays allrepparttar 139195 active TCP connections to your computer. It lists information aboutrepparttar 139196 processes, protocols, local addresses, remote addresses and Process Status onrepparttar 139197 computer. It allows you to identify any unauthorized access to your mail server and take effective counter measures to safeguard your system.

MailScan 4.5 providesrepparttar 139198 user with real time access to Relay Blackhole List at for IPs of known Spammers. The site maintains active real-time Blackhole list that you can use to verify if any IP that connects to your MailServer is listed as that of a known Spammer, and take appropriate action.

Stuffing the Spammers!

Written by Robin Henry

I'm really, truly fed up with spam. Every day whenrepparttar spam arrives and Norton Security moves it intorepparttar 139135 Norton Anti-spam folder of my Outlook email client, I wonder how anyone can be so incredibly stupid as to waste their time sending me such garbage.

Let's face it; I never read it. I never buy anything from unsolicited sources or do anything as a result of spam. I detest it! And God knows I don't need viagra, however many times it's offered.

What fool would send anyone a message about a mortgage application approval when he has owned his house for years?

What fool would write offering me a peep at her new porn site? I'm not interested in porn ... I preferrepparttar 139136 real thing. Offer me something tangible and I may get excited.

I guess you probably feelrepparttar 139137 same.

Unfortunately,repparttar 139138 plague of spam isn't going to fade away any time soon, although authorities (at least in Australia) have started taking legal action and imposing hefty penalties for spamming. Hallelujah!

As a last resort, I decided to make my own small contribution to reducingrepparttar 139139 spam plague. If each of us does something,repparttar 139140 cumulative effect will be damaging torepparttar 139141 spammers. Here's what I did. I've collected thousands of email addresses that arrived in spam messages and ended up in my blacklist. I decided I'd give those people using automatic harvesting software an opportunity to suck up all those addresses and reuse them.

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