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Commtouch Doubles Web Security OEM Partners in Second Quarter 2009

Commtouch® (Nasdaq:CTCH) announced today the signing of eight new OEM partners in the second quarter of 2009, resulting in a total of 125 OEM partners using Commtouch messaging and/or Web security technologies. During the quarter, Commtouch signed five agreements for its GlobalView™ URL Filtering Web security product, doubling the total number of OEM partners using Commtouch Web security solutions to 10. Three of those new Web security partners also signed agreements for messaging security, and an additional three new OEM partners signed agreements for messaging security solutions only.

“We are thrilled by the fact that just two quarters after we have introduced this new product line, we have doubled the number of Web security OEM partners in a single quarter,” said Gideon Mantel, Commtouch’s chief executive officer and chairman of the board. “Ten signed Web security agreements, together with our current pipeline, are a strong testament to the market need for a new cloud-based secure Web filtering solution such as that offered by Commtouch.”

About Commtouch

Commtouch® (NASDAQ:CTCH) provides proven messaging and Web security technology to more than 100 security companies and service providers for integration into their solutions. Commtouch’s patented Recurrent Pattern Detection™ (RPD™) and GlobalView™ technologies are founded on a unique cloud-based approach, and work together in a comprehensive feedback loop to protect effectively in all languages and formats. Commtouch technology automatically analyzes billions of Internet transactions in real-time in its global data centers to identify new threats as they are initiated, protecting email infrastructures and enabling safe, compliant browsing. The company’s expertise in building efficient, massive-scale security services has resulted in mitigating Internet threats for thousands of organizations and hundreds of millions of users in 190 countries. Commtouch was founded in 1991, is headquartered in Netanya, Israel, and has a subsidiary in Sunnyvale, Calif.

Stay abreast of the latest messaging and Web threat trends all quarter long at the Commtouch Café: http://blog.commtouch.com. For more information about enhancing security offerings with Commtouch technology, see http://www.commtouch.com or write [email protected].

Recurrent Pattern Detection, RPD, Zero-Hour and GlobalView are trademarks, and Commtouch is a registered trademark, of Commtouch Software Ltd. U.S. Patent No. 6,330,590 is owned by Commtouch.

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