[SpamCop-List] Re: Pharmacy spam - this time from .tr domain
MikeE at ster.invalid
Wed Jan 4 05:33:44 EST 2006
Geoffrey Hyde wrote:
pharm spam, abused cbl listed proxy, .cn spamverider [where
'spamverider' = spamvertiser provider]
Same o' same o'.
> It appears the spammers are definitely getting their act back into
> gear, I wonder which spam filter would be a good one to use?
My fave is SpamPal which makes it easy for me to custom configure my/its
dnsbl/s - because I make the dnsbl/s 'tight' - tight because I can
'simply' whitelist all of my goodmail and have no false positives. The
only filtering I do on the body with it is a regex and url plugin.
This item would have been caught by the cbl dnsbl condition at the
least, maybe more.
> I'm also looking for a good antivirus scanner, anyone got any
> recommendations (As long as it's not from Symantec, as their last
> upgrade failed.) that wuld do the trick?
My preference is AVG, but that's mainly because it is 'good enough' and
http://www.spampal.org SpamPal sits between your email program and your
http://spampal.de/comparison-chart.html To see how SpamPal matches up
against other popular anti-spam programs, check out this comparison
http://free.grisoft.com/doc/1 The newest version of the popular AVG
Anti-Virus Free Edition is available for download.
BTW -- today google's name appears in raised dots in its usual
multicolors in honor of Louis Braille's bd.
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