A new blog article on business e-mail compromise is here.
We think the idea of BEC or business e-mail compromise has been doing the rounds lately and felt it compelling to discuss this in context of e-mail threat control.
The article mostly discusses the human side of how to tackle such a complex problem and throws a fresh light into the often confusing jargon that exist about the topic.
SpamCheetah is now available in a completely new form after completely revamping the website and the product.
After a really time, like several years there was an opportunity to completely recreate the product from scratch and offer it to customers under 4 variants, 2 editions Standard and Heavyduty.
In addition to being really transparent about the development process we pride ourselves in technical excellence not only in spam control but also the web interface and whole technology in general.
Based on feedback from one of our colleagues we decided to add automated tests in Pytest framework for validating all our backend functions.
We added some 20 pytest files to validate the following:
After a gestation period of nearly 15 years we got inspired to create a new version of SpamCheetah first sold in 2006.
Hopefully this time the product will get a good reception.