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Defending Your Network from E-mail-borne Botnet Threats
Botnets, networks of hacked computers (bots) that are controlled from a central computer, are rapidly increasing in size and complexity to render legacy e-mail

hacktool spammer  Threats Botnets, networks of hacked computers (bots) that are controlled from a central computer, are rapidly increasing in size and complexity to render legacy e-mail security solutions obsolete. Current reactive methods for e-mail security are insufficient, and more proactive strategies are needed. Defend your network with a new anti-botnet solution that helps prevent unwanted e-mail traffic. Find out more.

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