VBSpam: March 2014

The following are the results of Virus Bulletin's March 2014 comparative anti-spam test. The full report can be read in the March 2014 edition of Virus Bulletin (VB subscribers only - click here for subscription information) or can be purchased as a standalone article. ($19.95)

To win a VBSpam award, the value of the spam catch rate minus five times the false positive rate must be at least 98.

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Name
Result
 
Axway  +
Axway
[fail]

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BitDefender  +
Bitdefender
[plus]
ESET  +
ESET
[pass]
Fortinet  +
FortiMail
[pass]
GFI  +
GFI
[pass]
IBM  +
IBM
[pass]
Kaspersky  +
Kaspersky LMS
[plus]
Libra Esva  +
Libra Esva
[plus]
Netmail  +
Netmail Secure
[pass]
Net At Work  +
NoSpamProxy
[fail]
Name
Result
 
OnlyMyEmail  +
OnlyMyEmail
[plus]

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Scrollout  +
Scrollout
[pass]
Sophos  +
Sophos
[pass]
Spamhaus  +
Spamhaus ZEN+DBL
[na]
SpamTitan  +
SpamTitan
[pass]
ZEROSPAM  +
ZEROSPAM
[pass]
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