Wednesday, October 26, 2005

November spamalanche bears down on PC users "Consumers should gird for a big wave of unwanted commercial e-mail in the weeks leading to Thanksgiving, when the amount of spam could double as marketers try to reach holiday shoppers, Internet security experts say.
Contributing to the spamalanche: More viruses are spread via popular - and vulnerable - instant-messaging services to infect PCs and turn them into spam-spewing machines. Spammers are sending more e-mail in shorter bursts to overwhelm spam defenses. And blogs have become a fertile ground for spammers to create 'splogs,' fake blogs with ads."

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