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Tumbleweed Embeds Verity KeyView Filter Technology in its Email Firewall

Tuesday 9 March 2004 09:33 CET | News

Tumbleweed has integrated the Verity KeyView Filter Software Development Kit (SDK) into its Tumbleweed Email Firewall.

The Tumbleweed Email Firewall protects, filters and secures email traffic at the Internet gateway with an integrated set of anti-spam, anti-virus, anti-hacker, content filtering, email relay, and encrypted messaging capabilities—minimizing email communications risks and reducing email management costs. Verity KeyView Filter SDK is used in the system’s decomposition process, which performs granular analysis of outgoing email content to determine if email security or policy is being breached in any form. Inbound mail is evaluated similarly to reduce or eliminate spam, attachments infused with viruses and other items that do not belong in a typical enterprise environment. Verity KeyView Filter automatically recognizes up to 295 file formats to permit email content and attachments to be sent to an enterprise’s email policy engines where the appropriate protective measures are taken by the content filtering capabilities of the Tumbleweed Email Firewall. The Verity technology can be integrated quickly into Tumbleweed’s email firewall because it supports a range of programming environments, such as C, Java and Com; as well as the Unicode character set standard. It also provides support for the latest versions of the most widely used operating systems, including Linux, UnixTM and Windows Server 2003.


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