Everyone could use a bit of relief during these difficult times as this global pandemic has affected us all in some way, shape or form.Submitted by NickAdd comment
It's been a long and enjoyable journey, started back in 2000 when I decided I was going to do something about the spam coming in to my inbox.Submitted by adminAdd comment
Recently we sent out an email containing some useful tips for users - many of these as a direct result of support queries we get.Submitted by adminAdd comment
Microsoft have released a Windows 10 update which will cause problems with MailWasher Pro if you have the tutorial load on startup - here's how to fix it!Submitted by adminAdd comment
Windows 10 has been released over the past few days.
Here's a guide on compatibility with Firetrust's products.
All Firetrust websites and services are using an older version of OpenSSL which is not vulnerable to the widely publicized Heartbleed vulnerability. Just so you know.Submitted by adminAdd comment
On April 8th, Microsoft will end support for Windows XP, its very good and popular operating system used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide. So, what to do?Submitted by adminAdd comment
We are pleased to announce that SecureAnywhere received PCMag Editors choice award for best antivirus 2013.
One of the features currently missing in MailWasher 2010 is the ability to hide emails, and as it turns out, this wasn't such a good idea on our part and we have been suitably chastised.Submitted by adminAdd comment
I usually wouldn't spend company time writing about something completely irrelevant to Firetrust, but as I'm paid by the hour I figured why the hell not.Submitted by adminAdd comment
It's been far too long since a blog has been posted here, but now that I’m out of rehab things can finally return to normal. MailWasher Pro... noe the most pirated anti spam program...Submitted by adminAdd comment
It’s Fraud Awareness Week here until the 9th of March, so plenty is going on in regards to helping people educate themselves, and report scams to protect others. Scam...Submitted by ChrisAdd comment
Hotmail has finally moved out of the Age of Stupid and entered the Age of Last Century by allowing free POP3 and SMTP access. It has been available for some time already...Submitted by ChrisAdd comment
Throughout November 2008 we received some 30 odd purchases of our Benign software through a single affiliate. Affiliate programs like ours give sellers a percentage of each...Submitted by ChrisAdd comment
We've been getting really great responses since we said we would again take trade for MailWasher Pro. So as I have a holiday tomorrow, giving that nice long weekend and a...Submitted by ChrisAdd comment
I do enjoy the benefits of contextual advertising. Read an article about laptops, see advertising on laptops and their associated products. It has its limits of course, as I don't...Submitted by ChrisAdd comment
Cleanliness is next to godliness, which is next to your cell mate Bubba who fancies a good time. For a long time people have been scammed by websites selling goods that...Submitted by ChrisAdd comment
Many of us who aren’t particularly computer literate will from time to time turn to our nerdly friends for help and advice. But we do so on the basis that these Dungeons and Dragons...Submitted by ChrisAdd comment
If you own your own website, and have a brand associated with that name then it can be a messy business. With so many different countries having their own suffix, you...Submitted by ChrisAdd comment
Since posting the big ass list of websites that we think are very dodgy, we’ve drawn a crapload of comments from..... (Christopher !! – Stop Swearing !!!) ......(Sorry Mum).....sigh...Submitted by ChrisAdd comment