Spamalytics

November 10, 2008
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Nice piece in the BBC today about a study led by UCSD computer scientist Stefan Savage on how spammers cash in. You can read the full CCS ‘08 paper here. It’s an illuminating study, and a nice example of overcoming the challenges of ethically investigating spamming while still obtaining real-world data.

Nice piece in the BBC today about a study led by UCSD computer scientist Stefan Savage on how spammers cash in. You can read the full CCS ‘08 paper here. It’s an illuminating study, and a nice example of overcoming the challenges of ethically investigating spamming while still obtaining real-world data.

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