Prevent Email Attacks

Sublime includes default protection for common attack types, with building blocks to create your own advanced detections.

Malware and ransomware

Binary explosion recursively scans files delivered via attachments or auto-downloaded via links to detect HTML smuggling, suspicious macros, and other types of malicious payloads.

Business Email Compromise

Natural Language Understanding analyzes message tone and intent and leverages sender history to detect payload-less attacks.

QR Code Phishing

Identify QR codes in message bodies and attachments using Computer Vision and recursive binary explosion. Analyze encoded URL routing and destination for credential phishing, malware delivery, and more.

QR Phishing Email Sample

Credential Phishing

Link Analysis renders web pages using a headless browser and analyzes content using Computer Vision for impersonated brand logos, login pages, captchas, and other suspicious content.

VIP Impersonation

Sender analysis leverages organizational context to detect impersonation of high-value users.

Callback Phishing

Optical-Character-Recognition (OCR) extracts key entities from attachments such as callback phone numbers.

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Detection rules have been contributed both publicly and privately by Global 2000 security teams and independent researchers.

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Limited to 600 active mailboxes. View Docker Guide.

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