[LINK] spam impact

Martin Barry marty at supine.com
Sun Apr 26 14:08:56 AEST 2009

$quoted_author = "Jan Whitaker" ;
> One reason for that proliferation is email servers that can be used 
> anonymously, although Australia has closed its servers to unknown 
> entities, said Peter Coroneos, chief of the Internet Industry 
> Association. [Oh? How does that work? or is this an error by the writer?]

That doesn't make a whole lot of sense.

Most spam these days is sent by compromised PCs via their ISPs outbound
relay (malware just looks for the setting made by popular email clients).


<Beeth> Girls are like internet domain names, the ones I like are already
<honx>  well, you can stil get one from a strange country :-P


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