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A Case Study of User-Level Spam Filtering

@inproceedings{Bajaj2014ACS,
  title={A Case Study of User-Level Spam Filtering},
  author={Kamini Bajaj and Josef Pieprzyk},
  booktitle={AISC},
  year={2014}
}
There are number of Anti-Spam filters that have reduced the amount of email spam in the inbox but the problem still continues as the spammers circumvent these techniques. The problems need to be addressed from different aspects. Major problem for instance arises when these anti-spam techniques misjudge or misclassify legitimate emails as spam (false positive); or fail to deliver or block spam on the SMTP server (false negative); thus causing a staggering cost in loss of time, effort and finance… 

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