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The world's first anti-spam gadget for your home.

Say "Hi" to the Spam Cube™. Just plug in this powerful little tool and you'll completely protect up to four computers in your home from spam. Our proprietary built-in anti-spam technology stops spam so there's no subscription fee and it's easy to install. It also works with all operating systems and virtually every email program.

Stop Viruses and Phishing.

By creating the Spam Cube, we built a weapon that offers everyone subscription-free spam protection and much more. Our optional Security OnDemand™ service can bounce email viruses from your inbox and let you know when you get fraudulent emails. It does it all for only $52 a year.

Don't let its size fool you.

This remarkable little tool costs only $150 and sits quietly next to your cable or DSL modem, requires only a few moments to set up and works with any email service out there. There are no license or subscription fees to stop spam, and one Spam Cube can protect up to four computers.

Ready to meet your new best friend?

Any email system. Any operating system.

The Spam Cube works with virtually every email system and we're constantly adding new ones.

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