Change Log


Here's a brief look at what we've accomplished at TotalEmail.


You can read more about our future plans here.


v0.7: Ara (November 08, 2019)

  • Cleaned the code-base on the analysis engines to make it easier to add more engines moving forward
  • Added a search function to view emails with attachments
  • Showed the hash for attachments
  • Set up an automated collection system to collect malicious and suspicious emails from various locations on the internet
  • Ran load on our API
  • Updated our Python SDK to be more user-friendly and intuitive

This release is named "Ara" after the constellation representing an altar

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v0.6: Aquila (August 3, 2019)

  • Added ability to parse network data from base64 encoded bodies
  • Make a network data super-class to generalize the handling of the modified and first_seen dates
  • Using python’s multiprocessing module to speed up the email analysis engines
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Making the side-bar ‘sticky’ on an email’s details page

This release is named "Aquila" after the constellation representing an eagle

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v0.5: Aquarius (June 20, 2019)

  • Fixed bugs related to email parsing, analysis, and display
  • Adding eight, new email analysis engines
  • Improving TotalEmail and analysis engine code
  • Adding and improving tests
  • Adding a voting feature (you can read more about this here)
  • Improved scoring system to go from 0 to 1 (you can find more details here)

This release is named "Aquarius" after the constellation representing a water bearer

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v0.4: Apus (May 18, 2019)

  • Simplified display of common domain names (e.g. google.com - see https://totalemail.io/email/562195df0efd46d9a644ca53ada6c0a4c17b69be2df3530964e8dcac6ead2397#networkData)
  • Adding ability to redact sensitive information (like Social Security numbers and phone numbers) from an email
    • We are now providing an option on import to redact text in the email that even looks like a Social Security or phone number
  • Adding ability to copy network data
  • Improving display of network data
  • Showing the body content type for each body
  • Improving search GUI/UX

This release is named "Apus" after the constellation representing a bird of paradise

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v0.3: Antlia (May 01, 2019)

  • Consolidated email scoring
    • Each email uploaded to TotalEmail is run through a series of analysis engines which provide analysis and insights to help you determine whether or not the email is malicious. We have introduced a system which takes these scores and consolidates them into a single score for each email. You can read more about this system here.
  • Improved email redaction
    • To continue our commitment to user privacy, we have improved the redaction capabilities to be able to redact content from base64 encoded bodies and header fields.
  • Improved GUI layout

This release is named "Antlia" after the constellation representing an air pump

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v0.2: Andromeda (April 10, 2019)

  • Robust header parsing
    • Email headers are more robustly parsed and stored in the database (a more technical blog on why/how we did this is coming out soon).
    • Unicode/UTF-8 encoded headers are handled more cleanly
  • Improved search capability
    • We’ve added a number of custom search queries you can use to find specific data you are looking for (more documentation on these coming soon).
      • For example, you can:
        • Find emails with a certain domain in the header
        • Find emails with a certain domain in the body
        • Find emails with certain text in the body

This release is named "Andromeda" after the constellation representing chained princess from Greek mythology

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v0.1: Pyxis (January 17, 2019)

  • Improved search capability
  • Adding search functions
  • Adding ability to upload multiple emails (max of 50)
  • Adding email structure ‘map’ (you can see this here)

This release is named "Pyxis" after the constellation representing a mariner's compass.

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