Mailshell is the leading provider of Internet security engines for OEMs, including SDKs for Internet traffic reputation, anti-spam, anti-phishing, DNS security and URL filtering. The company is privately held, profitable and growing; Mailshell was founded in 1999.
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Thousands of companies and millions of consumers rely on 'Powered by Mailshell' engines for Internet security. Mailshell's solutions help its global network of OEM partners immediately generate new revenue, up-sell existing products to new customers and minimize related engineering and support costs.
Mailshell has OEM relationships with companies based on five continents, including Check Point, ESET, AVG, Avast, Avira, NETGEAR, GFI, and others. OEM partners integrate Mailshell security solutions into their existing product or application using Mailshell's software, services or data.
In addition to the Anti-Spam SDK, Mailshell also offers an Anti-Phishing SDK for web and mobile security, a DNS SDK for secure, encrypted DNS protection and the LiveFeed SDK for URL filtering and content categorization.
Tonny founded Mailshell in 1999 and has grown it to become the worldwide leader in anti-spam technology for OEMs.
Tonny has over twenty years of experience running successful companies. Prior to creating Mailshell, Tonny was the founder and CEO of ComputerESP, the leading price comparison compiler on the Internet. Tonny grew the company to profitability before it was successfully acquired by CNET in its largest acquisition at that time returning over 200x to investors. Tonny then helped quickly lead CNET to profitability and exponential growth.
Prior to that, Tonny developed compilers for ZyCAD before it was successfully acquired and Synopsys before the company successfully went public in 1992.
Tonny has earned several degrees from Stanford University, holds multiple compiler-related patents, and regularly speaks at industry events.
Manuel Mejia manages Mailshell's technology development activities.
Prior to joining Mailshell at its inception in 1999, Manuel served as a senior IC designer at Altera Corporation.
He is the holder of 14 U.S. patents and is a driving force behind Mailshell's award-winning Mailshell Anti-Spam Engine, as well as several of Mailshell's patent-pending approaches to identifying and blocking spam.
Manuel holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.
Eytan Urbas oversees products, partnerships and customer relationships for Mailshell. He focuses on ensuring that the company's products, support and cooperation exceed partners' expectations. Eytan also manages customer success and retention programs.
Before joining Mailshell, Eytan spent several years at Guthy-Renker Corporation, a $3 billion developer of consumer products, where his responsibilities included corporate branding, product development, and marketing communications.
Prior to that, Eytan served as vice president of client services at The Newlin Company, a marketing consulting firm, where he directed programs on behalf of The Standard Register Corporation, Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, 3M, and Specialized Bicycles, among others.
Eytan joined Mailshell in 2000. He holds a BA from The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Mailshell has data centers throughout the world including California, New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas, Illinois, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Japan, Singapore, and Australia.
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