Filtering spam with behavioral blacklisting

@inproceedings{Ramachandran2007FilteringSW,
  title={Filtering spam with behavioral blacklisting},
  author={Anirudh Ramachandran and Nick Feamster and Santosh Vempala},
  booktitle={ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security},
  year={2007}
}
Spam filters often use the reputation of an IP address (or IP address range) to classify email senders. This approach worked well when most spam originated from senders with fixed IP addresses, but spam today is also sent from IP addresses for which blacklist maintainers have outdated or inaccurate information (or no information at all). Spam campaigns also involve many senders, reducing the amount of spam any particular IP address sends to a single domain; this method allows spammers to stay… CONTINUE READING
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