VoIP emerging as next spam entryway

Wednesday, 24 August 2005, 4:39 PM EST

The challenge in building VoIP anti-spam tools is finding algorithms that can determine if calls are generated by humans or machines. Much like the anti-spam tools used for e-mail, the new products need to be able to sort through incoming messages, distinguish wanted from unwanted messages, and ensure that wanted messages reach their recipients.

By Paul Korzeniowski at TechNewsWorld.

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