A New Way to Beat Spam?
You've tried blacklisting. And whitelisting. And half a dozen content-filtering tools. But every day, you and your users still paw through multiple spam messages, trying to find the stuff that's real email.
There's gotta be a better way, you say. And a couple of researchers at Georgia Tech think they've found it.
At the Association of Computing Machinery's annual Special Interest Group on Data Communication (SIGCOMM) yesterday, a Georgia Tech assistant professor and his doctoral student presented a paper that indicates it may be possible to detect and eradicate spam at the network layer, without using content filters. Dark Reading - Desktop Security - A New Way to Beat Spam? - Security News Analysis
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