The ZEROSPAM solution is tested on an on-going basis through the VBSpam Program since March 2012. Our catch-rate is usually above 99.9%.
ZEROSPAM's Average Catch Rate for the last 10 tests: 99.89%
Catch-rate for the 10 tests ended:
|Dec 2019||99.85 %|
|Jun 2019||99.90 %|
|Mar 2019||99.92 %|
|Dec 2018||99.90 %|
|Sep 2018||99.88 %|
|Jun 2018||99.91 %|
|Mar 2018||99.64 %|
|Dec 2017||99.96 %|
|Sep 2017||99.98 %|
|Jun 2017||99.91 %|
On seven separate occasions, we have earned the prestigious VBSpam + Award which requires a minimum catch-rate of 99.5%, zero false positives and no more than 2.5% false positives among newsletters.
|January 2013||September 2013||January 2014||July 2014||January 2015||November 2015||December 2019|
Based in the UK, Virus Bulletin started in 1989 as a magazine dedicated to the detection and prevention of malware. The magazine quickly became an industry reference. For many years now, Virus Bulletin has also been providing independent tests and ratings for antivirus products. In 2009, the company launched VBSpam, a program that evaluates the performance of Anti-Spam solutions. This program enjoys considerable brand awareness and some of the leading companies in the Anti-Spam business take part in it. Participating providers who take part in the program pay to receive a live stream of email every two months. Virus Bulletin then determines each provider's catch-rate and false-positive rate and publishes results reports that are available free of charge.
For more details about VBSpam's testing and evaluations methodologies:
" Anti-Spam is a specialized job. Antiviruses that try to act as spam filters and firewall add-on spam modules just don’t cut it. I’m through with those. "- J. Dubois, CTO RNT