Spam Cube 2.0, which will debut in November, has integrated Netcraft's anti-phishing technology into its firmware, giving "added punch" to its existing offerings.
The technology from Netcraft will form part of Spam Cube's optional Security OnDemand service, which will remain at the same annual price of $52.
Existing subscribers to Security OnDemand will be able automatically to update to the new technology at no extra cost.
Joseph P. Marino, chief executive at Spam Cube, said that the rate of phishing for passwords and other personal information via fake emails has increased dramatically in the past year.
Mandy Davis, operations manager at Netcraft, added: "It is becoming more and more difficult for the average person to detect a phishing attack.
"Phishers are constantly refining their emails and fake banking sites, which can now fool all but the most careful and experienced surfers. Netcraft's database provides real-time protection from phishing attacks."
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