UK falls out of spam's 'dirty dozen'

Thursday, 2 February 2006, 1:19 PM EST

The US still tops the list of the spam-relaying countries, according to a report by Sophos, a provider of integrated threat management products. However, the US has made significant reductions and for the first time accounts for less than a quarter of all spam.

However, the UK has managed to slip out of the 'dirty dozen' - the top 12 spam-relaying nations. It is responsible for 1.6 percent of spam and now holds 14th position.

By Ulrika Hedquist at TechWorld

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