Comments

Lydia August 27, 2012

I don’t know why these folks call themselves security experts. You don’t have to be a security expert to know that spam won’t die because of taking some botnets. Botnets are just a tool – when a tool breaks, you simply replace it. Spam will die when there is no more money in it, which I doubt will ever happen.

George Bryan August 31, 2012

WHY
CAN’T WE JUST KILL SPAM FOR GOOD? Something is not really right in here. What happened
to the anti-spam law, to those organizations that are responsible for monitoring,
as well as to the hundreds of IT experts that are given funds to study and
eventually find a “cure” to spamming? How can spammer bounce themselves back so
fast? This cat-and-mouse game has been going on for years, and it’s costing not
only the government but even small businesses a lot of money. Now with the way
things are going, I do not know if this is going to end anymore.

Michael Monner August 31, 2012

There’s no killing to this spam, eh? I’m wondering,
will I ever live the day when there will be no more spam in the world? By the
rate things are going, that may never happen in my lifetime, which is extremely
sad for me. I would just like to commend, though, those who have been working
real hard to kick this spam out of the Internet and our e-mails. Perhaps
scammers are not as no-brainer as we thought they are. We need better software,
more reliable best practices, and definitely more secure e-mail providers to
ensure that this doesn’t happen very often.

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