05.02.2015Security and speed boost in the 64-bit version of The Bat!
The 64-bit version of The Bat! has been released to the public, as part of The Bat! v6.7.20. The 64-bit version of The Bat! offers many benefits for speed, stability and security. In terms of performance, it is 5% faster than the 32-bit version in a 64-bit operating system.
23.12.2014The Bat! v6.7.5 Christmas Edition
Ritlabs, SRL releases The Bat! v6.7.5 Christmas Edition which includes several feature improvements and a number of important fixes. You can always access the "What’s new" page of the website to see the entire list of changes and improvements. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
22.10.2014The Bat! new features continue application’s evolution as a premium email client
Ritlabs SRL has released a new version of their secure email client, The Bat!, introducing new features, a more user-friendly interface, and AutoCharset for Chinese, Japanese and Korean characters at an optimal level. The upgrades make The Bat! more convenient and secure, and easier to use and navigate, particularly for international use.
29.08.2014The Bat! on touch screen
The new version of the secure email client The Bat! 6.6 supports Windows Touch technology on desktops and laptops with touch screen as well as hybrid devices and Windows 8 tablets. This will enable The Bat! users to be more productive with email correspondence, using a broader range of devices.
29.07.2014An influential German magazine praises The Bat! for its focus on security
German computer magazine c’t (Magazin fur Computertechnik) has published an article on the email programs. The Bat! got a good evaluation. The magazine named diversity of the configuration options, easy email handling, task scheduling features, RSS reader, confidentiality of correspondence and safety among the strongest sides of the program.
17.05.2014The pFragments Microsoft Office exploit does not affect The Bat! users
It exploits a stack-based buffer overflow in the handling of the 'pFragments' shape property within the Microsoft Word RTF parser. The Bat! users should not be worried, as the program is invulnerable to the recently reported pFragments Microsoft Office exploit. The Bat! uses its own component to handle RTF messages.
26.03.2014Save your time with RSS feed subscriptions in The Bat! v6.3.2
The major update of this version is the internal implementation of the RSS feed subscriptions. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a technology that allows fetching news published on web-sites, blogs or forums. RSS feeds keep you in touch with the latest events and increase the efficiency of your work.
25.12.2013The Bat! v6.1.8 – specially for Christmas
In respect of the good tradition at Ritlabs, SRL we have released The Bat! Christmas Edition today. This version is aimed at increasing the program’s stability and comes with a Christmas splash-screen.
24.12.2013Ritlabs, SRL has been awarded the "Conscientious Taxpayer" title
Ritlabs, SRL has been awarded the title "Conscientious Taxpayer" according to the results of the selection organized by the Ñhief State Tax Service of the Republic of Moldova. The ceremony of awarding the Cup and the "Certificate of Trust" was held on December 24, 2013.
19.12.2013New secure protocols in The Bat! v6.1
The new The Bat! v6.1 comes with major improvements regarding the support of the cryptographic protocols. Previous versions of the program supported TLS 1.0 only, however we also implemented SSL 3.0 - an older version of the protocol to comply with the outdated mail servers. We also added the support of TLS 1.1 - a newer version of the protocol to enhance the security of messages in transit.
14.11.2013The Bat! 6.0 with Unicode and IDN support
Ritlabs, SRL presents the new version of the email client – The Bat! 6.0. The Bat! 6.0 is the first version in v6.xx series. The developers have introduced important new features.
17.10.2013 Starting with the version 6.0 The Bat! supports IDN
IDN (Internationalized Domain Names) are the domain names that contain national alphabet characters. The names composed from the characters of the non-latin alphabets, such as Arabic, Chinese, Cyrillic, Greek, etc., as well as the Latin alphabet-based characters with diacritics, such as French, German etc. are related to such domain names.