Spammer threatens anti-spam group

Thursday, 4 May 2006, 1:15 AM EST

A company that's promoted an anti-spam "Do Not Intrude Registry" and essentially spammed spammers said Monday that many of its members have received threatening e-mails from a major junk mailer.

Blue Security, debuted its registry and BlueFrog client last summer. The company's researchers, who work out of Israel, analyze and vet the spam, trace the message to a Web site (typically the site selling the product or service), and find a form on the site that can be used to complain or opt-out.

At TechWeb.

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