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    David Strom reviews weaponry to help you win the fight against spam.

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  • Microsoft to offer more spears to skewer spam

    Spam isn't on the menu at Microsoft; it's on the hit list. The company has announced a new spam-killing technology -- a nice little reward for those who upgrade to Exchange Server 2003.

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  • Study: Spam a costly nuisance

    I think, therefore I'm spammed. A new study shows the tsunami of junk e-mail is costing U.S. firms billions of dollars. And how are those firms dealing with it? Many of them aren't doing a spam thing.

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  • Online crime as ugly as ever

    At this year's Conference on Email and Antispam, one expert said that despite the increasing complexity of online scams and attacks, digital criminals are less about the technology and more about the crime.

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  • Will Gates’ e-mail postage idea stamp out spam?

    A kooky e-mail scam solves the spam menace. As ridiculous (and ironic) as that sounds, it's similar to an idea that Bill Gates floated recently at a forum in Switzerland.

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  • Mailwasher: More ‘spammunition’ against spam

    David Strom takes another look at anti-spam applications.

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  • Quick Takes: Fighting spam on Linux

    IntelliReach Corp., a security vendor, announced the latest version of its spam and content filtering appliance supports SuSE Linux. Also included in this edition of Quick Takes are items from Open Systems Management, Niku Corp., and IBM.

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  • Microsoft sheds light on anti-malware plans

    Microsoft revealed plans for new enterprise security products that fight malware and spam, but gave few details about what they look like and when they will appear.

    Margie Semilof4,245 pointsBadges:
  • Should you archive spam?

    Sure, spam is a waste of storage space, but before you delete it, you better figure out your legal liability.

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  • Instant message spam to triple this year

    New research pinpoints the culprits responsible for the sharp increase in junk messages being delivered via IM.

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