Spam's 'dirty dozen' exposed


Top three include the U.S., Canada and ChinaBy Zen Lee The United States, Canada, China, South Korea and the Netherlands are the top five birthplaces of spam worldwide, according to a new analysis by security software maker Sophos. In an analysis of junk e-mails received over two days in mid-February, the company created a list of the "dirty dozen" spam-producing countries.

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Spam keeps cookin' - despite laws


A U.S. Justice Department prosecutor warned that a new spam law's criminal sanctions likely will not stem the flow of bulk solicitations that are flooding into e-mail in-boxes.


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New area for SPAM discussions


We have now added a new area to this site to allow the general internet community to get involved in various discussions about SPAM and what we as a community can do to stop the onslought of this net disease. We have two areas that can be used to post your messages and to get feedback. The first is in the SPAM Stories section under Topics on the left side in the menu area and the second is in the forum section.

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New Anti-SPAMMING tools at Spacequad


We have now installed new anti-spamming tools here at Spacequad and would like to announce that they are working flawlessly. The techniques that we employ are using the MAPS RBL, Spamhaus, ORDB: The Open Relay Database, and DNS to verify the senders origins against their domain name, along with an internal black list of known spammers that actually have proper DNSing. If you are having trouble sending mail to any of our users and wish to discuss the matter, please contact us thru the contact us link above.
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