SPAMfighter Better Protects Against the Record Breaking Internet Crime in Japan
Japanese users are now able to protect themselves from internet crime in their native language with SPAMfighter.
The increase in internet usage in Japan has led to record breaking numbers of internet crime. The internet is becoming a dangerous place to do business, and internet users have to protect themselves. SPAMfighter is Europe's leading anti-spam software, and has just been made available in Japanese to help protect internet users in Japan from this growing threat of internet crime.
Martin Thorborg, co-founder, and co-owner of SPAMfighter has also noticed this increase in cyber abuse. "We at SPAMfighter hope to help get the word out about how important it is to protect computers from these internet crimes. We hope by offering SPAMfighter in Japanese, users will be able to protect their e-mail at the highest level in their mother tongue." [Find out more about how the spam filter SPAMfighter can protect internet users from e-mail threats here.] www.spamfighter.com
The National Police Agency in Japan has reported that cyber crime has increased by 12% in the past year. In the last 6 months, a record number of cyber crimes have been committed. Because of threats like these, computer security programs are a necessity in protecting users and their computers. One such example of a computer security program is SPAMfighter, which helps protect against e-mail scams, such as phishing.
Phishing scams have more than doubled in the past five years in Japan. Phishing is a way of scamming e-mail users into entering their password into a legitimate looking website, only to have it stolen by the ones behind the scam, giving them access to personal information such as bank accounts. [Read more about how SPAMfighter can stop phishing scams here.] http://www.spamfighter.com/phishing.asp
SPAMfighter is a leading anti-spam program. The SPAMfighter filter works by scanning e-mails as they arrive for spam, phishing scams, or other e-mail threats. If a spam mail is detected, it is moved to a SPAMfighter folder. All other legitimate e-mails arrive in the users inbox. By having spam mails sorted out, e-mail users avoid the risk of being scammed or tricked into handing over personal information.
Japanese speaking users can start protecting their inboxes today by downloading the free spam blocking software, SPAMfighter, today. Users get a free 30 day trial of the full featured SPAMfighter Pro, and have the choice to purchase this version of SPAMfighter for a small fee, or continue protecting their account with the free SPAMfighter Standard. [Download the spam filter SPAMfighter here.] http://www.spamfighter.com/Download_Download.asp
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