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As blogged earlier today, we have received scattered reports that the Tuesday’s Microsoft MS070–040 .NET pitch was causing problems on some customer sites running Sunbelt Ninja Email Security.

This evening, our developers released an update for the problem. Customers can download this latest version (2.1.4209) here.

With this hotfix in place, you will not suffer any negative effects from the recent Microsoft .NET patch with Sunbelt’s Ninja product (this update is for Ninja only and does not correct anything with the Microsoft patch itself).

Now, there’s some additional treats in this download, which were in the process of being released as the news of the .NET patch came out.

  • An updated Cloudmark Engine for increased detection of both image and pdf spam.
  • New Sunbelt Image Spam Engine for additional detection of image spam.
  • A SURBL engine has been added for detection of spam based on URLs within messages.

Customers who have questions are more than welcome to contact support, toll-free or by email.

Nice work, Sunbelt development. I’m going to have to do my Steve Ballmer dance.

Alex Eckelberry


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