Dear Janos,

first of all: nice work!

Regarding the new method's paper, i read it and as far as i can
it is only suitable to identify some kind of spammer source ip's. 

Like, if there is a phishing spam with a forged yahoo login page, and lots
urls pointing to, and only one-two to the phishing
site, i am not sure how this situation could be handled.

The real solution would be to shot the spammer or if not known,
then the provider after the third spamming ip.....

On Wed, 14 Jul 2010 14:21:49 +0200, Janos SUTO <> wrote:
> I try to keep up with the latest antispam research results, and I found
> an interesting paper in the 2010 CEAS conference:
> “Identifying New Spam Domains by Hosting IPs: Improving Domain
> Blacklisting",



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