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25th September 2003, Culham Innovation Centre, UK – Kaspersky Labs announced today the latest version of its popular software designed to defend against undesired e-mail correspondence – Kaspersky Anti-Spam 1.5.

Kaspersky Anti-Spam is a powerful countermeasure against spam by using a multi-level e-mail filtration system. The unmatched technology used in the linguistic analysis of e-mail messages makes it possible to analyse message text, to determine its sense, and to eliminate undesired messages.

Kaspersky Anti-Spam users are assured daily updates to the lexical signature database, which is maintained by a full-time team of professional linguists. Continuous database updates keep mailboxes off limits to even the newest of spam messages. In addition, an integrated administration module provides a Web interface from which system administrators can conveniently change system parameters from any point within a network.

The latest version Kaspersky Anti-Spam includes a wide range of technical improvements that considerably enhance its effectiveness. Version 1.5 includes innovative technology that enables it to identify new spammer tricks such as the insertion of random sequences of symbols in message titles and body texts and the inclusion of graphic elements.

The integration of new Kaspersky Labs performance technology enables the mail traffic filtration speed to be over four times faster than that of its predecessor. Increased compatibility now adds Postfix 2.x to the list of supported mail servers.

The updated version of Kaspersky Anti-Spam is available for downloading at

Registered users of the previous versions of the product can upgrade to a newer version free of charge.

Media Contacts

Sarah Buttery

Kaspersky Labs

0870 0113461

Sara Claridge

Marylebone Media Relations

+44 1344 876558

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