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Annual security report available from MessageLabs
05 December, 2008
Botnets extend reach during 2008 as Storm reduces its impact according to the MessageLabs Intelligence 2008 report on internet security
Proximity of Olympics heralds themed attacks
23 April, 2008
Beijing Olympic theme penetrates all aspects of web security as Messagelabs tracks down different attacks based on the same theme.
UK Government approval for MessageLabs.
03 January, 2008
MessageLabs Anti-virus succeeds in passing government testing to gain assurance for the second year running.
Latest software security as a service package from MessageLabs.
17 October, 2007
E-mail storage, archiving and compliance management offered as a comprehensive service package as part of MessageLabs archiving version 3.0.
September malware report shows significant increase in activity.
27 September, 2007
Viruses and phishing attacks increased significantly during September along with new wave of highly targeted and sophisticated attacks signalling need for increased vigilance and security.
Malware analysis improvements using Skeptic.
13 July, 2007
Sandbox Analyser tools selected by MessageLabs to deliver improved capabilities for the analysis of zero day malware threats.