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Bucharest, Romania, 2015/05/13 - Bitdefender won its 13th VBSpam+ Award and its 36th VB Spam Award, making it the most decorated company in the history of testing by industry authority Virus Bulletin - Bitdefender.com.
Bitdefender, creator of innovative antivirus software solutions, won its 13th VBSpam+ Award and its 36th VB Spam Award, making it the most decorated company in the history of testing by industry authority Virus Bulletin.
In the latest round of testing in March, Bitdefender Security for Mail Servers 3.1.2 achieved an impressive spam catch rate of 99.91% while registering zero false positives, according to Virus Bulletin.
Bitdefender "yet again avoided false positives, while missing only one email in the newsletter category: a notification from Twitter,"Virus Bulletin wrote in its summary of the latest tests. "Not only does Bitdefender complete six full years of testing without missing a single VBSpam award, the company also achieves its 13th VBSpam+ award."
"We have a long history of success in the anti-spam field and our staff is dedicated to building on to it," said Carmen Mitrica, head of the Bitdefender Antispam Labs. "We are well aware that only continuous improvement will continue to keep us at the top and I’m very pleased to see our staff is meeting that commitment to our customers."
Bitdefender Security for Mail Servers 3.1.2 protects Windows and UNIX-based mail servers from viruses, spyware, spam and phishing with proactive content and attachment filtering technologies. The solution secures organizations’ e-mail services, boosts productivity by blocking spam and provides common centralized management tools.
Bitdefender (bitdefender.com) is the creator of one of the world's fastest and most effective lines of internationally certified internet security software. The company is an industry pioneer, introducing and developing award-winning protection since 2001. Today, Bitdefender technology secures the digital experience of 500 million home and corporate users across the globe.