Large enterprises still serving up spam

Wednesday, 18 April 2007, 9:56 AM EST

Well-known enterprise companies are still having their IT systems hijacked by spammers despite investing in many different types of technologies aimed at stopping the problem.

Last week, researchers at network security company Support Intelligence isolated an IP address within insurance giant Aflac that was being used by spammers to distribute mass amounts of e-mail messages, most of which were related to erectile dysfunction.

At InfoWorld.

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