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Release Notes: An "Update Pushing" mechanism was introduced to allow the "pushing" of updates to BitDefender clients instead of "pulling" them from the update servers. New antispam heuristics that can be updated were added in order to detect the latest spam tricks. Statistics are now saved over restarts and show detailed information about scanned, infected, suspicious, or spam messages or parts and the action taken. A new bdsafe (BitDefender Swiss Army kniFE) tool was added to automate product upgrading and patching.

Release Notes: This version adds antispam filter with 3 plugins (heuristic scanning, WBL (Whitelist/Blacklist), and URL filter), and an internal Watchdog (bdmond) to watch every request and take the appropriate action if the scanning daemon fails (restart, ignore, refuse, reject). The "Forward" feature has been added to duplicate or forward email traffic (all or only disinfected messages or only virused messages) to a local or remote mailbox, and custom email disclaimers and virus alerts are now available in English, German, French, Spanish, Catalan, and Romanian.

Release Notes: A new antispam filter, BitDefender AntiSpam (SpamTOX), has been integrated and a new antivirus header "X-BitDefender- Scanner" has been added. "bd info" option shows the status of running processes, latest virus definitions and scanning engines update. The product can be remotely-managed via BitDefender Remote Admin (available as a Web-based interface or Windows console). There were bugfixes for concurrent scanning under RedHat Enterprise Linux 3, several memory leaks, RTVR plugin connection timeout problems, and various mimepacker crashes.

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