Chances are, you're not sufficiently protected from email threats and privacy breaches.
What does this software do?
The email you receive can often hide malicious viruses, worms, scripts and tracking images which can activate without you knowing. Most security software tries to solve this by scanning for specific problems they're aware of, but this doesn't help when a new variant or new vulnerability is exploited, meaning your computer still gets infected. More often, people don't patch their computers or update their software regularly meaning they're readily exposed to new threats and privacy breaches.
Benign solves this security problem by neutralizing your email. It pulls apart the email, removes the code that makes viruses, worms and scripts and other potentially harmful things run, and then rewrites the email so it looks exactly the same, but is effectively neutered. All this happens instantly and works seamlessly with your email program to protect your privacy and computer.
You get the best customer support
Most sites will tell you that they offer fast and real support but unfortunately their promises fall short of this goal.
How do we offer the best customer support?
Because we have full-time staff
whose jobs are purely to help you get the best from Benign.
Under normal circumstances, we answer all email from registered users within 24 hours,
every single day of the week and weekends. You get technical support,free upgrades and enhancements for one year.
The facts about email worms and viruses
HTML email allows you to send fancy looking emails to your friends. What is not widely known is that it can contain scripts and ActiveX components to automatically run programs to delete or modify files or let an outside user spy on you. Benign can strip out and rewrite the bad HTML or the entire HTML so just plain text is left.
Attachments can contain viruses or other threats.
Some email programs allow these attachments to run automatically as soon as a user previews a measage. The most virulent virus ever, the Klez virus exploits this vulnerability. Benign can strip these attachments out or just rename them so they won't run.
Email can contain embedded images to track those who read their messages.
As soon as you preview the email, it will send back information to the sender to say you have read their message and so the sender knows you have a working address and can send you more junk. Benign strips out this identifier information.
Most email programs are able to be exploited by viruses and email worms.
Benign can prevent you being a victim of this vulnerability.
Want to know more about email borne viruses and worms? See info about email worms and viruses
Some quick answers to common questions
Will Benign alter any of my computer settings?
The only thing Benign will do is add a .b9 extension on to the end of your POP3 settings. For example, if you have your ISP as Earthlink, it will change it from mail.earthlink.net to mail.earthlink.net.b9 This allows Benign to pick up the email and process it before passing it on to your email program.
Will Benign alter the way my email look?
Benign won't alter how your messages look, unless you have decided to strip out all HTML which will mean you will only get the text version of your message.
How does Benign work?
If you're not using Benign, your mail program downloads new messages by contacting the remote server on which your email is currently stored. You will be exposed to all the vulnerability email holds. If you do use Benign, your email program will contact Benign, instead of the remote server. Benign will then send the command to the remote server and intercept the email, then filter and process the email before passing the neutralized message on to your mail program. This is all done instantly with no delay.
What happens inside Benign?
When an email is intercepted by Benign, the key information is extracted and then every aspect of the email is completely rewritten with the information presented free of any malicious code. Likewise any attachments that can be used maliciously are quarantined with a new extenstion that makes it impossible for them to be automatically executed. This way Benign protects not only against known security problems but also against a large number of attacks yet to be discovered.
Is Benign an anti-virus program?
No, Benign is not an anti-virus program in the strict sense of the word. In order to catch viruses, anti-virus products match up known viruses with a virus signature. Therefore the virus has to be known. Benign® works in a way that will quarantine suspected attachments so they can't run automatically. Benign will catch all known and future email viruses and worms, but cannot catch viruses downloaded from the Internet or transferred from disk. Therefore, it is still advisable to run an updated anti-virus program.
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