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July 10, 2004
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July 10, 2004
Email Spam Problems
Blue Squirrel develops and markets Internet software including WebWhacker, WebSeeker, and Spam Sleuth. No matter how many e-mail laws are on the books, Spammers either ignore or find ways to circumvent them. Last year alone, $437 million US dollars were stolen from e-mail phishing scams. Blue Squirrel addressed this issue in the release of Spam Sleuth 4. Spam Sleuth includes a robust URL detection analyzer to verify if URLs are deceptive or fraudulent to help protect you against "phishing" scam e-mail messages in addition to removing e-mail containing pornography, dangerous attachments, and unsolicited messages. Spam Sleuth is available for the individual or enterprise and works with any e-mail server and e-mail program.
Tron Black, CEO of Blue Squirrel discusses some of the tricks Spammers use and what you can do about them.
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