Similar to Microsoft Exchange, some NoSpamProxy features can only be enabled through a PowerShell cmdlet. Specifying an “SPF-authenticated corporate email server” is one such feature. Entries of this kind facilitate the maintenance of NoSpamProxy enormously. “Corporate email servers” define the servers of a company that are allowed to use owned domains in email sender addresses. By default, IP addresses, subnets, host names, TLS-authenticated hosts, and Office 365 tenants can be specified.
The new EDI@Energy directive of the regulatory authority dictates detailed descriptions of the types of certificates and encryption algorithms messages must be sent or received.
As of now, the new version on the e-mail security gateway NoSpamProxy will be available at “Download NoSpamProxy”. Please note our general update information on our blog.
ALSO is adding NoSpamProxy to its Cloud Marketplace, complementing its already successful software licensing offer of the service. The gateway solution for comprehensive protection against spam and malware complements Office 365 perfectly with enterprise e-mail security and provides easy-to-use e-mail encryption, secure large file transfers and central marketing disclaimers.
On July 11th, version 12.0.17191.8 was released. This release contains the following fixes and improvements:
At IT Security Workshop of TeleTrusT, the Federal Association for IT Security e.V., Net at Work contributed significantly to a successful workshop with several contributions.
Net at Work presents Version 12.1 of secure mail gateway NoSpamProxy, with content disarm and reconstruction, sandboxing and open keys, on IT security exhibition it-sa (hall 13, booth 10.0-119). In addition to many small improvements and extensions, the new version offers three major innovations: content disarm and reconstruction (CDR) ensures clean email attachments, the optional sandboxing especially analyzes critical cases, and the new key infrastructure significantly simplifies the email encryption.
This new feature patch includes following changes: