How to Protect Your Data from Image-based Spam

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Along with positive technological changes inevitably come the negative (spam 2.0, anyone?). Today's e-mail spam is increasingly image-based and harder to detect. Fingerprinting and optical character recognition (OCR) help identify some spam, but are less and less effective. Find out how a solution that creates real-time, behavior-based rules for new spam campaigns can put spam in its proper place—outside your system.

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