Frequently Asked Questions

What is a dangerous code ("dangerous" category)?

We understand a dangerous code as instructions in an e-mail (e. g. in the HTML code) that can take advantage of safety gaps in browser software. These are for instance e-mails that start automated programs, when the e-mail is opened and that can even cause system changes.

The Spamfence service categorizes any executable program and disguised programs in e-mails as (potentially) dangerous. In doing so, the service can prevent considerable damage and costs. The Spamfence service offers an option virus protection with the award-winning virus scanner AntiVir by Avira. However, in order to fully maintain your system’s safety, the use of a desktop virus scanner is still recommended..

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