Spam Mitigation Using Spatio-Temporal Reputations From Blacklist History

IP blacklists are a spam filtering tool employed by a large number of email providers. Centrally maintained and well regarded, blacklists can filter 80+% of spam without having to perform computationally expensive content-based filtering. However, spammers can vary which hosts send spam (Often in intelligent ways), and as a result, some percentage of spamming IPs are not actively listed on any blacklist. Blacklists also provide a previously untapped resource of rich historical information.

Provided by: Association for Computing Machinery Topic: Security Date Added: Dec 2010 Format: PDF

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