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E

e-mail

CAN-SPAM-compliant, 275–279

collecting hidden data, 107–110

fake headers, 184–189

finding lists of names, 70–94

harvesting addresses, 76–86

message encoding, 180–184

value of addresses to spammers, 70–72

verifying addresses, 87–94

viewing results of spam mailing, 23–26

what happens when opened, 109–110

writing message to entice pornography sales, 21–27

e-mail relays, 36–39

Earthlink, 284–287

eBay accounts, phishing for, 231–238

encoding e-mail, 180–184

England, spam in, 273

ePassporte, 129, 135–139

European Union, spam in, 273–274

evading spam filters, 171–201

evading SPF-based technology, 223–225

Exchange 2003

configuring antispam features, 382–398

Connection Filtering feature, 384–390

Exception lists, 390

global Accept and Deny lists, 391–395

Internet Message Filter feature, 398–400

list of real-time black hole list providers, 385–387

Recipient Filtering feature, 395–396

Return Status Code options, 388–389

Sender Filtering feature, 396–398

server-side spam filtering, 381–398



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Inside the SPAM Cartel(c) Trade Secrets From the Dark Side
Inside the SPAM Cartel: By Spammer-X
ISBN: 1932266860
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 79

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