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Computerworld: Dual curses: Viruses and spam
www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/groupware/story/0,10801,89637,00.html?nas=PM-89637
Two scourges -- viruses and spam -- are the most vexing e-mail issues for CIOs, according to a survey conducted by Ferris Research Inc. and Computerworld. Regulatory compliance isn't far behind. keywords: security, management, legislation/regulation, wormssecurity, privacy, networkinginternet, networking, malwarevulnerabilities, it, holes
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Computerworld: Winning Ways to Stop Spam
www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/groupware/story/0,10801,90549,00.html?nas=PM-90549
Here's a look at different technologies companies such as Wyndham International have used to solve their spam problems. keywords: security, opinions/blogs, networking, inc., white, sunbelt, software, service, providers, own
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Computerworld: Major ISPs sue hundreds of spammers
www.computerworld.com/governmenttopics/government/legalissues/story/0,10801,90994,00.html?nas=PM-90994
The lawsuits are among the first filed under a new U.S. law called CAN-SPAM, which went into effect in January. keywords: legislation/regulation, weight, users, university, supplement, proxies, products, other, open, networkinginternet
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Computerworld:Microsoft sues eight alleged spammers
www.computerworld.com/governmenttopics/government/legalissues/story/0,10801,93784,00.html?nas=AM-93784
Microsoft is accusing the defendants of violating a new antispam law by spoofing their domains, routing e-mail through open proxies, deceiving customers with misleading subject lines and failing to include unsubscribe options in their e-mails. keywords: legislation/regulation, university, spokesman, programs, pills, part, networkinginternet, networking, enlargement, degree
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Computerworld: Microsoft, AOL, Yahoo unveil antispam guidelines
www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/groupware/story/0,10801,94034,00.html?nas=AM-94034
An industry organization representing heavyweight e-mail providers Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp., America Online Inc. and EarthLink Inc. released recommendations yesterday for ending spam e-mail. keywords: networking, unique, signature, sense, sender, recent, ready, public, practices, plan
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Computerworld: Usenix: 'Arms race' between spammers, spam filters under way
www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/groupware/story/0,10801,94189,00.html?nas=PM-94189
Classifying e-mail as "good" or "junk" before it's sent to be scanned by spam filters could speed up the delivery of legitimate e-mail, according to a paper presented today at the 2004 Usenix Annual Technical Conference. keywords: queue, networking, messages, software, prior, networkinginternet, message, mail/groupware, loads, high
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Computerworld: AOL, Yahoo rolling out sender authentication
www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/groupware/story/0,10801,95185,00.html?nas=AM-95185
America Online and Yahoo plan to begin using technology to verify the source of e-mail messages in coming months as both companies work to stop spam e-mail. keywords: networking, internet, unique, tensthousandse, signed, signature, service, sendmail, providers, protocol
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Computerworld: Survey: 86% of spam comes from the U.S.
www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/groupware/story/0,10801,95188,00.html?nas=AM-95188
While IP addresses in the U.S. made up just 28% of the spam-sending addresses in a survey by CipherTrust Inc., those addresses sent out much more unsolicited commercial e-mail than spammers from other nations. keywords: networking, legislation/regulation, w., very, south, president, piecesspam, networkinginternet, korea, kong
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Computerworld: Spammers use sender authentication too, study says
www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/groupware/story/0,10801,95617,00.html?nas=PM-95617
The technology hasn't been widely adopted, but spammers are taking it up at a faster rate than legitimate e-mailers. keywords: software, security, networking, wormssecurity, viruses, valid, spf, sendere, officer, networkinginternet
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Computerworld: Facing pressure, ISP Savvis moves to cut off spammers
www.computerworld.com/managementtopics/outsourcing/isptelecom/story/0,10801,95769,00.html?nas=PM-95769
Savvis Communications, one of the world's largest ISPs, said it is terminating service to about 40 of its customers who have been using its networks for spamming purposes. keywords: networking, groups, antispam, target, such, spamhaus, reputation, purchasecable, project, networkinginternet
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Computerworld: AOL backs away from Microsoft antispam plan
www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/groupware/story/0,10801,96022,00.html?nas=AM-96022
America Online Inc. has decided not to fully support Microsoft's Sender ID spam-fighting plan citing intellectual property concerns from the Internet Engineering Task Force and the open-source community. keywords: spf, software, security, networking, specification, records, record, networkinginternet, method, keys
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Computerworld: Judge awards ISP $1 billion in spam damages
www.computerworld.com/governmenttopics/government/legalissues/story/0,10801,98421,00.html?source=NLT_PM&nid=98421
U.S. District Court Judge Charles Wolle awarded what is believed to be the largest spam judgment ever to Robert Kramer, an ISP owner who had accused three companies of sending his 5,000 customers millions of pieces of spam in 2003. keywords: legislation/regulation, wallace, systems, suing, spamming, spammers, punitive, pills, piecesspam, penis
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Computerworld: AOL sees sharp drop in spam
www.computerworld.com/softwaretopics/software/groupware/story/0,10801,98588,00.html?source=NLT_PM&nid=98588
Spam reports from America Online members dropped from a daily average of almost 11 million in November 2003 to a daily average of about 2.2 million last month, the company said this week. keywords: networking, year, warner, unsolicited, tougher, time, technology, subsidiary, ratespam, providerinternet
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