Learning spammers' tricks doesn't mean less junk

Monday, 25 September 2006, 12:12 AM EST

The industry is learning more and more about tricks used by spammers to get their unwanted messages across, as evidenced by a handful of research studies made public this month from university and vendor labs. But even as their tricks are revealed, spammers continue to stay a step ahead of the filters, techniques and services designed to catch them.

At Network World.

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