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In 2006, new spamming techniques such as image-spam, often used to deliver stock-tip spam messages, have proven alarmingly effective in penetrating inboxes.
Mirapoint has developed innovative technologies like RAPID and MailHurdle to ensure our technology will never be vulnerable to new spamming tactics designed to slip past email security gateways," said Bethany Mayer, chief marketing officer at Mirapoint.
The new solution is designed to further protect enterprises from the latest spamming techniques by providing new non-English language filters and powerful administration enhancements.
This kind of spamming tactic is an excellent example of how our hit-and-run detection, also known as greylisting, stops spam even before it reaches the mail server and before time is spent on content-scanning.
Since 1996, AOL has filed 28 lawsuits against over 200 individuals and corporations accused of spamming members.