Kaspersky Anti-Spam a new approach to spam. (Internet Focus).
According to the latest data, on average, spare comprises between 15% ad 20% of all Internet mail traffic. The biggest sufferers from the spam epidemic are companies and individual users who rely heavily on the Internet to conduct their business--often the sheer volume of obtrusive advertisements and other unwanted correspondence in their mailboxes surpasses the amount of useful information. Spam already has stopped being just a simple issue regarding wasted work time, but has evolved into a massive global problem that threatens the normal functioning of the Internet itself. If current trends continue, by 2005 every second message in a virtual mailbox will contain spam.
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|Publication:||Database and Network Journal|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Apr 1, 2003|
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