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Spam Prevention Links

SPAM!


www.research.att.com/~lorrie/pubs/spam/spam.html
This online article by Lorrie Faith Cranor and Brian A. LaMacchia discusses issues and trade-offs in spam and spam prevention.

Mail Abuse Prevention System


maps.vix.com


Includes Realtime Blackhole List (RBL) and Relay Spam Stopper (RSS).

Open Relay Behavior-modification System (ORBS)


www.orbs.org


System lists all known open relays.

Fight Spam on the Internet


spam.abuse.net


Collection of antispam links and resources.

MAILSweeper, Content Technologies


www.contenttechnologies.com


Filtering technology allows sites to sort email content through various text rules. Popular engine for filtering spam and viruses.

CommandView Message Inspector, Elron Software


www.elronsoftware.com

Content filtering system for inbound mail is also capable of filtering outbound email to avoid legal liability or security breach.

Mailsoftware


www.mailsoftware.com


I list this link to give you an idea how low spam practitioners will go. You can scan Web pages for new email addresses, forge email headers, and send email from ISP shell accounts. Previously listed systems can block most of these efforts.



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