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October 2004
Outblaze Ltd. Partners with Central Command to Offer Vexira Antivirus for Linux to its 35 Million E-mail Users Worldwide
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MEDINA, Ohio October 13, 2004 -- Central Command, a leading provider of Linux, FreeBSD, and OpenBSD antivirus solutions, announced today that it has partnered with Outblaze Ltd., a global provider of hosted e-mail services, to offer Vexira Antivirus to Outblaze's 35 million worldwide e-mail users. The service, which protects users from worms, viruses, trojans, and other malicious programs, is available to end- users through the ISPs, web hosting companies, registrars, educational institutions and other companies that outsource e-mail services to Outblaze.

Outblaze is a global provider of hosted e-mail services, managing 35 million e-mail boxes worldwide in more than 100 countries. The Outblaze platform is built around e-mail services, offering clients webmail, POP3, SMTP, IMAP, e-mail-SMS integration, antivirus and anti- spam protection, as well as services such as online calendaring, file cabinet, chat and message boards.

The company leverages Linux and other open source technologies to ensure clients experience smooth data migrations, as well as stable and highly customizable service.

"Based on the benchmarks we set, we found Vexira to be the leading enterprise-level Linux antivirus solution on the market. The expertise of their staff, the sophistication of their software and their solid track record of rapid response will make a valuable contribution to the security of our service," said Tony Basoglu, Chief Technology Officer of Outblaze Ltd.

"Vexira Antivirus delivers Outblaze unprecedented levels of both customer service and product performance. We are honored that they have selected us to protect their core services from virus attacks," said Keith Peer, CEO, Central Command Inc.
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