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ksimpson at mailchannels.com
Tue Jun 24 13:37:34 UTC 2008
> Source IP blocking makes up a large portion of today's spam arrest
> so we shouldn't discount the CPU benefits of that approach too
> I'm not sure where today's technology is in regards for caching the
> first 1
> to 10kB of a session....once enough information is garnered to
> block, issue
> TCP RSETs. If it's good, free the contents of the cache.
What's your interest in mopping up spam in the middle of the network?
Usually spam is viewed as a leaf-node problem (much to the chagrin of
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