wumber is a pioneering, smart anti-spam system which has been specifically developed to combat the various threats associated with the flow of information through the complex network that is the e-mail system. |
While preventing spam is essentially only the tip of the iceberg, with regards to e-mail protection, spam is at the core of all threats associated with e-mail activity. Preventing phishing serves as the first barrier for protection from the latest email scam doing the rounds as well as the very real possibility of identity theft, which probably makes for a much bigger problem. A good anti-spam system targets the gateway threat node, through what is the equivalent of a spam filter, but wumber totally annihilates spam and doesn't just reduce the volume of spam coming in.
No matter how smart e-mail users are, malicious attackers only need to get it right once to wreak some serious havoc, with some of the worst implications taking the form of corrupted data and theft of very sensitive information, such as banking details. wumber effectively eliminates that slight possibility of any such slip-up with its proactive approach to spam prevention.
As a basic starting point, the user's e-mail address is encoded so that it can only be used by the rightful person or business that it's given to, concealing the primary e-mail address while ensuring the delivery of only the e-mails that are "authorized" in a sense. This makes any unsolicited or malicious use of e-mail addresses a rather worthless and fruitless exercise and the system works much like a pad lock which can only be opened by someone who has a futuristic dynamic key. Even in the event of spammers getting hold of users' e-mail addresses by compromising a "legitimate" source, perhaps by breaking into the mailing list of a dating site users may have signed up to, wumber's comprehensive anti-spamming system will easily detect the "new" unauthorized source and stop the unsolicited e-mail dead in its tracks.
Fake websites are also comprehensively taken care of, setup solely for phishing for personal information through the cloning of legitimate sites. wumber combats this through the inclusion of their free "SmartConnect" add-on, for Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, which determines the very specific site infrastructure, by mapping it, using a new technology developed by SP Touch Group (INFRAMAP/INFRAMAPPING) that essentially validates and indexes sites according to the unique infrastructure signature generated by each site.
wumbles, as wumber users are referred , still enjoy full control of their existing email structure while enjoying the benefits of e-mail life without the looming and growing threat of spam. Nothing needs to be done differently after subscription to the service as the technology works behind the scenes, with a very sophisticated level of customization on offer as well, such as setting up specific rules around an e-mail address given out. These rules can include limits such as the number of e-mails which can be sent from a specific user and the time frame during which they can be sent.
wumber's feature-packed anti-spam system adds real value to e-mail life without the spam, but the major feature is indeed the security implications of proactively eradicating unsolicited contact of any kind from malicious attackers, compatible with a wide range of platforms which include smart phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers.
wumber is smart anti-spam email system that conceals users' real email addresses and protects users' identities while annihilating the annoying and potentially harmful receipt of spam.
wumber was developed by SP Touch Group LLC and deploys some extensively researched, refined and perfected integrated e-mail safety systems that work behind the scenes to target and block even the most sophisticated and concealed threats associated with spam and information flowing via e-mail.
Ian Smith / Candy Slater
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