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We want your spam, well i don't, but this website does. :)

By Peconet Tietokoneet ·
Are you sick of all the spam that you receive?
If so then sent it all here: :)

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No problem.....

by Peconet Tietokoneet In reply to Thanks for the link, I'm ...

Oh if you are wondering what the word means, is called "No Junk" written in reverse. :)

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KnujOn..... Meaning "No Junk"..

by Peconet Tietokoneet In reply to We want your spam, well i ...


Just in case anyone has missed this site, i am giving it a bump up.

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No Junk? Hmmm.

by AV . In reply to KnujOn..... Meaning "No J ...

I've sent some spam to spam@ftc.gov in the past for years in the US and it hasn't made a dent in spam. I'm curious as to what Knujon's multi-tiered approach is to combat spam. Honestly, because I am so cynical, when I look at their site, I'm thinking botnet.


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No way is it a botnet...

by Peconet Tietokoneet In reply to No Junk? Hmmm.

If ICANN (Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers ) uses this then i do not see how it would be a botnet. If you read the info on the website: http://www.knujon.com/ you will know more.
More and more companies are using this so that they (ICANN) can have the information to close down these, so called spammers. So the more people that posts their spam to Knujon then they in turn strip the text down to its id and ip address and this in turn will be logged. When enough has accumulated then they trace where these have come from and then they block the ports from their ISP's and/or have their (spammers) account shutdown. This in turn makes them pay more from their (spammers) pockets to get another domain name and when they do the police are involved to close them down. So what would you prefer, have MORE spam or less? :)
At lest try it out and find for yourself, all the info that you need and more is on their website: http://www.knujon.com/

I have it loaded on my email account already, but then you have a choice to whether you need it or not, that is up to you. Choices are wonderful, are they not? :)

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Yep I did look at it but I do have a Question

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to No way is it a botnet...

As this is supposed to cover Spam why have a Browse option to locate files?

I dump the Spam immediately and I certainly do not Save it to a Folder as Individual files. None of the places that I do any work for save Spam either,

So what am I missing here?


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I'm still skeptical

by AV . In reply to No way is it a botnet...

Usually, I submit spam to individual ISPs or the government via email and an attached spam email. I'm ok with that, but Knujon has browse and upload buttons. Thats too intrusive into my system, in my opinion.

Honestly, if you look at Knujon's Wikipedia page, they've been in business since 2005. How much has spam improved since then? Looks the same to me. Still, they say

"... KnujOn.com has been collecting spam samples from the public, not to build better filters or blacklists, but rather to use them for illicit site termination, to test the Internet's policy infrastructure, and gather important statistics. Their general goal is to target advertised illicit transaction sites and hopefully take the financial incentive out of the spam cycle."

Noble cause or something else?


PS: I love choices.

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