Microsoft Antigen nails viruses but stumbles on spam
Viruses and spam both pose an increasing threat these days, and not just to your data or productivity. Rather than hackers trying to break security systems for their own amusement, most current threats are financially motivated and can cost a company millions. And with viruses and phishing attacks growing increasingly more criminal in intention every day, securing financial, customer, and other critical data requires a rock solid system of defense.
With all of the anti-virus and anti-spam vendors out there, many administrators may not be aware that Microsoft has its own product in this space: Antigen for SMTP Gateways Version 9.0, with Antigen Spam Manager (an optional module). Microsoft Antigen nails viruses but stumbles on spam | InfoWorld | Review | 2006-10-06 | By Logan G. Harbaugh
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