A DKIM Based Architecture for Combating Good Word Attack in Statistical Spam Filters

Abuse of E-Mail by unwanted users causes an exponential increase of E-Mails in user mailboxes which is known as Spam. It is an unsolicited commercial E-mail or unsolicited bulk E-Mail produces huge economic loss to large scale organizations due to high network bandwidth consumption and heavy mail server processing overload. Statistical spam filters could be used to categorize incoming E-Mails into legitimate and spam but they are vulnerable to Good Word attack which obfuscates "Good words" in spam messages to make it legitimate.

Provided by: International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research Topic: Collaboration Date Added: Jun 2011 Format: PDF

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