Spam, or unsolicited e-mail, is sent indiscriminately to millions of recipient addresses around the globe every day. These addresses are often obtained illegally, through the tapping of network communications, by individuals and companies that specialise in creating e-mail distribution lists.
There is little doubt spam is becoming more closely linked to the broad spectrum of cyber-crime which, like any form of crime, will be with us for many years to come. It`s no longer a question of resolving the spamming problem, but of managing it with ever more sophisticated ways. -mydigitallife
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