|Re: Trial Shows How Spammers Operate|
|Steve Sobol (sjsobol@JustThe.net)|
Sat, 27 Nov 2004 11:08:37 -0800
> Looks like Lycos has got the idea:
Riiiiight. Except it won't work, and DDoS'ing the site isn't cool
But who cares that this "solution" would cost ISPs a ton in increased
Feh! Screw the ISPs, we don't need 'em anyhow, right?
Whatever happened to "don't fight abuse with abuse"?
Lycos executives and the project managers in charge of this crap ought
> Looks like spammers will now be the ones going on the defensive
> This is going to get interesting ...
Only until the ISPs blackhole or nullroute the IP addresses of the
> The Register reports that Lycos Europe is distributing a screensaver
Oh, and not only that, what happens the first time spam is sent out
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