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Spammers using another strategy

Posted on Friday, February 04 2005 @ 21:34:00 CET by

Spammers have started using a new technique to bypass traditional spam filtering mechanisms. This could dramatically increase the amount of spam e-mails..
The technique, which involves bypassing traditional filtering mechanisms, enables spammers to send messages via mail servers operated by Internet service providers. SpamHaus, an international anti-spam organization, reports that spammers now can avoid the blacklists created to thwart attacks, creating a situation that allows spam to proliferate.
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