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GFI Software provides web and mail security, archiving and fax, networking and security software and hosted IT solutions for small to midsize companies. GFI MailSecurity 2011 uses Norman AV's Sandbox technology, which runs suspect malware in attachments, and analyzes the code activity, within a sandbox. This identifies, stops and isolates new and previously unknown malicious code that is in an attachment. When running the optional AVG antivirus engine, GFI MailSecurity 2011 can now also detect links within email message body that point to malware. The new HTML Sanitizer exclusion list addresses the challenge of HTML tags and HTML forms in legitimate email being disabled by GFI MailSecurity's HTML Sanitizer. The exclusion list lets email messages from approved senders bypass being scanned by the HTML Sanitizer.

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