Network Box IPv6 Announcement
Network Box is pleased to announce that it has reached the first milestone in its endeavour to attain IPv6 Ready - Phase 2 criteria certification.
Network Box releases enhanced Data Leakage Prevention
According to the latest survey by Network Box, over 92 per cent of companies feel that it is important to deploy data-leakage prevention. This reveals that more and more people are now paying attention to the importance of data security. For this reason, Network Box has just released enhanced feature – Data Leakage Prevention (DLP).
Version 3.3 of the Network Box iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad App is now ready!
Version 3.3 of the Network Box iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad App is now ready and live on the Apple iTunes App stores. This version is a ‘universal App’ - meaning that one binary supports all the current Apple hardware (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) at native resolutions.
Network Box releases new model M-385
Providing Medium-sized Businesses with Enterprise-class Protection and Performance
Available today, the Network Box M-385 model is the direct replacement for our highly-successful M-380 model. Using Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU technology, 2GB RAM, 4GB of industrial flash memory, and a 320GB SATA hard drive, this model leads the performance in the Network Box M series of models.
Network Box 'Sentinel AV' Antivirus Engine Launched
New antivirus engine focuses on developing signatures for emerging threats in less than one minute.
A new virus detection and signature service launched by Network Box, the premier managed security service company, aims to reduce the time it takes to respond to serious new internet threats by cutting response times down from hours, which is common throughout the anti-virus industry, to less than one minute.
Version 3.2 of the Network Box iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad App is now ready!
Version 3.2 of the Network Box iPhone / iPod Touch / iPad App is now ready and live on the Apple iTunes App stores. This version is a ‘universal App’ - meaning that one binary supports all the current Apple hardware (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) at native resolutions.
Network Box Adds 2 UTM Models to Its M-Series, Providing Medium-Sized Businesses with Enterprise-Class Protection and Performance
Network Box has added two new models to its popular M-Series – a family of unified threat management (UTM) appliances targeted to medium-sized organisations requiring full Network Box UTM+, content filtering, anti-virus or anti-spam services.
Network Box launches S-Series UTM devices for SMEs and branch offices
A new range of unified threat management (UTM) devices designed for SMEs and branch offices, and supported by a full managed service, is launched today by managed security firm, Network Box. The S-Series range (S-35 and S-85) is available from 16 February 2010
Network Box releases new E-Series Range
Enterprises Consolidate Network Defences and Reduce CPU Strain With New E-Series From Network Box
Companies can consolidate their network security through one solution and greatly reduce the strain on operating resources, thanks to the new E-Series product range launched today by managed security company, Network Box.
Network Box Security Update
As many customers will know the new Microsoft Office 2007 document format is a ZIP file, and Microsoft Office 2007 uses '.bin' extensions for printer settings, so such printer settings would be policy blocked as in violation of nested '.bin' attachment policy (for customers enforcing such a policy).
New Package Functionality: NBWEB
Network Box Feature Update
As part of our ongoing development program, Network Box announces new features to the user interface. This is part of your service agreement and is at no extra charge. As this will mean an interruption to normal email service of about two or three minutes, support engineers will be contacting our customers in the next couple of weeks to arrange when this would be convenient.
Network Box Feature Update
Over the past two weeks there has been a marked increase in the amount of Spam messages being sent as bounce messages which is commonly described as 'back-scatter'. The core of the back-scatter problem is that it is trivial to forge the sender address of an email. In normal SMTP email, there are no protection mechanisms to authenticate the sender's claimed email address.
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