Halon Security takes lead in anti-spam software on VMware™ Solution Exchange

Gothenburg, June 7, 2012. With the launch of the VMware™ Solution Exchange, thousands of VMware™ customers around the world can collaborate and discuss VMware Ready™ certified solutions listed in the VMware™ Solution Exchange. All solutions listed on the VMware™ Solution Exchange are certified by VMware™ to work perfectly on the VMware™ virtualization platform.

With Halon Virtual Spam Prevention™(VSP) the precious time of the IT department staffs are saved from hunting and getting rid of spam, malware, trojans and viruses from the users mailboxes. The Halon VSP analyzes every incoming and outgoing email in real time, and by comparing and analyzing the email content and looking at the behavior of each spammer and the suspected email, Halon VSP has an unprecedented record of catching and keeping spam, malware, viruses and trojans from infecting users computers and potentially destroying work and putting entire corporations at risk.

– We’ve been working closely with VMware™ for many years and the Virtual Spam Prevention software has been VMware Ready™ approved for a long time. By being uniquely listed on the VMware™ Solution Exchange, we are reaching lots of new potential customers that are tired of spam, malware, viruses and trojans infecting users email every day, says Peter Falck, President and founder of Halon Security.

Halon VSP includes a wide range of technologies to keep the corporate email safe. At IP level, Halon VSP uses GlobalView™, a global well proven real time network to stop zombie and bot net outbreaks anywhere in the world. The moment an attack is started, all members of the GlobalView™ network is alerted and immediately blocks the attacking IP addresses from even connecting to your Halon VSP. This has been proven to be very effective, as GlobalView™ stops more than 98% of all IP-based spam attacks.

– Building and maintaining a scalable, redundant and future proof email infrastructure has never been easier. For corporations already running a virtualized server environment the Halon VSP easily slots into the already present infrastructure with ease. Most users are up and running in 30-45 minutes and the Halon VSP takes care of business with little or no management, says Peter Falck, President and founder of Halon Security.

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