Chech out totalspaces
Chech out totalspaces
I've seen a lot of recent spam campaigns that get through my basic scanning using the following tactics:
1. Careful design to not trigger Spamassassin content rules, including blocks of text to fool the bayes filter.
2, Careful omission of any identifying headers except for completely valid SPF and DKIM headers with appropriately configured DNS.
3. Real Linux mail servers dropped onto virtual hosting providers.
4. Fresh IP addresses and domains - never used domains that are not blacklisted yet and IP addresses blocks from the hosting providers that take 10-30 minutes to get blacklisted
Then they use snowshoe spam tactics to trickle them out until they're blacklisted and then move to the next domain and address.
If your address is on the lists that the perpetrators of these campaigns are using, it's really hard to avoid spam right now. Not impossible, there are some countermeasures, but vanilla Spamassassin and your standard appliances are going to have problems. I can imagine google is going to have an easier time with this because of its size and volume (=more information), but it's far from trivial.
The failure of your business model is not my problem.
It's synced to your PC, which is a vulnerability in itself.
Speak for yourself. I trust my "PC" more than the wireless companies who are storing this kind of data already.
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...unless your name is Zaphod.
You never know, somebody might answer with instructions on how to get there quicker.
Yea right, and a recipe for the sauce we're to pour on our bodies upon arrival.
a few weeks after you buy a 'smartphone' some other model makes yours a POS. well, almost. how can anyone buy in that kind of market and retain sanity?
How about use the tool you bought for what you bought it for? You did buy it as a tool, right?
You'd think a creative person would want to move on and do something different.
A creative person would.
You really want to use stranded wire for patch cables. Solid will end up cracking with the repeated bending that most patches are subjected to. I've made patches by hand with stranded and found it much harder to work with than the solid most people are used to.
It's definitely not worth my time unless it's an emergency with no alternative (i.e. poor planning).
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