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Heimdall offers protection against dangerous short URLs

In his analyses, Heimdall has repeatedly noticed short URL services in a particularly negative light in recent months. These URL shorteners generate an alternative, short URL that can be used on Twitter, for example. In this way, the number of characters used in a post can be reduced. The fact that the use of these services can cause problems is, of course, already due to the fact that the actual target of the URL is not recognizable – virtually an invitation to phishers and other cybercriminals.

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Cancellations and changes from version 14

Certain software versions will no longer be supported in the future version 14 of the NoSpamProxy. To avoid problems when updating from version 13.2 to version 14, you should check your infrastructure early and update software that is no longer supported. The following discontinuations do not affect version 13.2 but only version 14.

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Stefan Cink heads NoSpamProxy Business Unit

Stefan Cink, Product Manager of NoSpamProxy and email security expert at Net at Work, is the new Business Unit Manager for NoSpamProxy as of January 1, 2020. As Business Unit Manager, he reports directly to the management and is responsible for the business objectives regarding profitability, growth and sustainability. He takes over this task from […]

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Beta version of Project Heimdall now available

The action Project Heimdall is available since version 13.0 as a preview in NoSpamProxy. It currently ensures that metadata for email attachments and URLs are collected and uploaded to the NoSpamProxy cloud. This includes the file name, file sizes, the SHA-256 hash value, the MIME type (as recognized by NoSpamProxy) and the transaction ID.