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SpamAssassin

SpamAssassin

By: Alistair McDonald

Publisher: Packt Publishing

Publication Date: 27-SEP-2004

Insert Date: 18-JAN-2012

Slots: 1.0

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"In depth guide to implementing antispam solutions using SpamAssassinImplement the right antispam solution for your network and your business requirementsLearn how to detect and prevent spamOptimize SpamAssassin for all major mail servers and clientsDiscover how to use SpamAssassin as a serviceIn DetailAs a busy administrator, you know Spam is a major distraction in todays network. The effects range from inappropriate content arriving in the mailboxes up to contact email addresses placed on a website being deluged with unsolicited mail, causing valid enquiries and sales leads to be lost...

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Ending Spam

Ending Spam

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Publisher: No Starch Press

Publication Date: 28-JUN-2005

Insert Date: 18-OCT-2005

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Join author John Zdziarski for a look inside the brilliant minds that have conceived clever new ways to fight spam in all its nefarious forms. This landmark title describes, in-depth, how statistical filtering is being used by next-generation spam filters to identify and filter unwanted messages, how spam filtering works and how language classification and machine learning combine to produce remarkably accurate spam filters. After reading Ending Spam , you'll have a complete understanding of the mathematical approaches used by today's spam filters as well as decoding, tokenization, various...

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Spam Kings

Spam Kings

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Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.

Publication Date: 18-OCT-2004

Insert Date: 16-SEP-2005

Slots: 1.0

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More than sixty percent of today's email traffic is spam, according to email filtering firm Brightmail. This year alone, five trillion spam messages will clog Internet users in-boxes, costing society an estimated $10-billion in lost productivity, filtering software, and other expenses. Spam Kings: The Real Story behind the High-Rolling Hucksters Pushing Porn, Pills, and %*@)# Enlargements is the first book to expose the shadowy world of the people responsible for the junk email problem. Author and veteran investigative journalist Brian S. McWilliams delivers a compelling account of the...

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Inside the Spam Cartel

Inside the Spam Cartel

By: Spammer-X

Publisher: Syngress

Publication Date: 01-NOV-2004

Insert Date: 08-JUL-2005

Slots: 1.0

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From the Author: "You may hate spam and think all spammers are evil, but listen to my story and see why I do this and more importantly, HOW." For most people, the term "SPAM" conjures up the image of hundreds of annoying, and at times offensive, e-mails flooding your inbox every week. But for a few, SPAM is a way of life that delivers an adrenaline rush fueled by cash, danger, retribution, porn and the avoidance of local, federal, and international law enforcement agencies. "Inside the SPAM Cartel" offer you a never-before view inside this dark sub-economy. You'll meet the...

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Slamming Spam: A Guide for System Administrators

Slamming Spam: A Guide for System Administrators

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Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

Publication Date: 20-DEC-2004

Insert Date: 19-FEB-2005

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Real Anti-Spam Help for System Administrators In Slamming Spam, two spam fighters show you how to fight back—and win. Unlike most spam books, this one is written specifically for in-the-trenches system administrators: professionals who need hands-on solutions for detecting, managing, and deterring spam in Unix/Linux and/or Microsoft Windows environments. The authors offer deep, administrator-focused coverage of the most valuable open-source tools for reducing spam's impact in the enterprise—especially SpamAssassin. Drawing on their extensive experience in developing and implementing...

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SpamAssassin

SpamAssassin

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Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.

Publication Date: 20-JUL-2004

Insert Date: 10-AUG-2004

Slots: 1.0

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The annoyance factor for individual users whose email is crammed with pitches for pornography, absurd moneymaking schemes, and dubious health products is fierce. But for organizations, the cost of spam in lost productivity and burned bandwidth is astronomical. While society is grappling with a solution to the burgeoning crisis of spam proliferation, the pressure is on system administrators to find a solution to this massive problem in-house. And fast. Sys admins can field scores of complaints and spend months testing software suites that turn out to be too aggressive, too passive, or too...

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Lotus Domino 6 spam Survival Guide for IBM eserver

Lotus Domino 6 spam Survival Guide for IBM eserver

By: Tommi Tulisalo; Ted Chappell; Beth Anne Collopy; Kris Hansen; Greg Kelleher; Mark Ramos; Bruce Walenius

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 29-JAN-2003

Insert Date: 13-MAY-2004

Slots: 1.0

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In this IBM Redbook we describe how you can use IBM Lotus Domino 6 to prevent and manage “spam.” We begin by describing and categorizing spam, which is the commonly used term for unsolicited commercial e-mail. We discuss ways to prevent spam, outlining different techniques available to avoid and block spam. We then explain how anti-spam control and management work can be divided between servers, between server tasks, and between administrators and end users. We also describe the anti-spam architecture of the Domino 6 messaging environment. Anti-spam features of Domino 6 are presented in...