Powerful, Complete Solution

The Barracuda Spam Firewall is compatible with all email servers and can fit into nearly any corporate or small business environment. It is used by small organizations with as few as 10 employees and large organizations with as many as 200,000 employees. A single Barracuda Spam Firewall handles up to 100,000 active email users. Multiple units can be clustered together for even greater capacity and high availability.

The Barracuda Spam Firewall protects your email server with twelve defense layers:

  • Network Denial of Service Protection
  • Rate Control
  • IP Reputation Analysis
  • Sender Authentication
  • Recipient Verification
  • Virus Scanning
  • Policy (User-specified rules)
  • Spam Fingerprint Check
  • Intent Analysis
  • Image Analysis
  • Bayesian Analysis
  • Rule-based Scoring

Barracuda Cloud

With no software to install and no modifications required to existing email systems, installation of the Hosted Barracuda Spam Firewall is quick and easy. Once installed you will notice a HUGE reduction in spam and viruses. With Barracuda Networks Energize Updates, the hosted Barracuda Spam Firewall is continuously updated with the latest spam and virus definitions every hour eliminating new spam and viruses before they reach your network. Updates are provided by Barracuda Central where engineers work around the clock monitoring the Internet for trends in spam and virus threats.

  • No Contracts
  • No Capital Expenditure
  • No Equipment to Maintain
  • No Updates to Purchase
  • No Set-up Fee
  • Anti-Spam
  • Anti-Virus
  • Anti-Spoofing
  • Anti-phishing
  • Anti-spyware (Attachments)
  • Denial of Service


Cloud Spam Filtering
Number Of Mailboxes 1-10
Price Per Mailbox $0
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Resources Downloads
Barracuda Spam Quick Start Guide
Barracuda Spam User Guide
Barracuda Spam Administrator Guide
Barracuda Bayesian Algorithm Explained
Barracuda Outlook Plug-in Details
Barracuda Outlook Quick Start Guide
Barracuda Tech Bullettin
Barrcuda API v3.x
Barracuda SysLog Explained