Overview of spam from msn.com
10 Nov 2005
Note: Automated spam monitoring stopped several years
ago. These web pages are maintained for historical reasons. Some
may be updated from time to time as news about the individual sites
No spam today
Overview of last 1 reports
full history also available
General information about msn.com
Added 13 July 1998.
Discussion of UDP against MSN servers
has begun. See netnews thread
"Auto Cancel of Upnetnews?" for more info.
See also netnews thread
"Petition to De-Peer MSN"
To report spam, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A complete history may also be available.
- Only a small subset of usenet (261 groups) was sampled. Only
articles that hadn't been cancelled yet were counted. Actual
spam may have been much greater.
- Heuristics that detect single-posted articles are, by their very
nature, somewhat shaky. Innocent articles may be tagged as spam
because they share certain characteristics or keywords with
actual spam. In particular, a posted spam complaint that includes
the spam in its entirety will very often be identified as spam.
- Some posts may be forgeries intended to look like they came
- The first entry in the history file is not used to compute peak
or average spam counts, as this entry covers an unknown number of days.
This may cause an apparent disreprency between spam totals and spam
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