Complete history of Ameritech.net

The following is a summary of all spam observed from Ameritech.net since tracking began. Some samples encompass multiple days.

NOTE: Rahul.net suffered a disk crash on 13 Oct 1999. History information has been lost. These numbers may only reflect spam seen since 13 Oct 1999.

Date		Posts	Groups	BI	Days	Average

1999/10/18	   71	  549	  188.8
1999/10/20	   93	  559	  213.9	  2	   46.5	  279.5	  106.9
1999/10/29	   90	  502	  198.5	  9	   10.0	   55.8	   22.1
1999/11/1	  112	  557	  227.1	  3	   37.3	  185.7	   75.7
1999/11/3	   33	   52	   38.5	  2	   16.5	   26.0	   19.2
1999/11/9	   36	  201	   77.3	  6	    6.0	   33.5	   12.9
1999/11/16	   35	  290	   97.8	  7	    5.0	   41.4	   14.0
1999/11/22	   34	  308	  100.9	  6	    5.7	   51.3	   16.8
1999/11/29	   82	  420	  173.3	  7	   11.7	   60.0	   24.8
1999/12/6	   13	  120	   39.4	  7	    1.9	   17.1	    5.6
1999/12/14	   98	  351	  173.2	  8	   12.2	   43.9	   21.7
2000/1/7	   25	  182	   63.9	 24	    1.0	    7.6	    2.7
2000/1/14	   10	   92	   30.3	  7	    1.4	   13.1	    4.3
2000/1/24	   17	  151	   49.3	 10	    1.7	   15.1	    4.9
2000/1/26	   12	  111	   35.8	  2	    6.0	   55.5	   17.9
2000/2/25	  236	 1262	  512.5	 30	    7.9	   42.1	   17.1
2000/3/14	   13	   56	   26.1	 18	    0.7	    3.1	    1.5
2000/4/7	  100	  165	  116.8	 23	    4.3	    7.2	    5.1
2000/4/21	   38	   38	   38.0	 14	    2.7	    2.7	    2.7
2000/5/19	   87	  235	  141.5	 28	    3.1	    8.4	    5.1
2000/9/11	  518	  916	  682.8	115	    4.5	    8.0	    5.9

Total:		 1753	 7117	 3225.6
average		    5.3	   21.7	    9.8

21 samples covering 328 days

Notes:

Date
Ending date of sample period. YY/MM/DD format.
Posts
Total number of articles identified as spam during that period.
Groups
Total number of newsgroups spammed.
BI
Breidbart Index
Days
Number of days encompassed by the sample period.
Average
Average daily spam during the sample period.

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