Wierd words for spam filter

Martin Hepworth martinh at SOLID-STATE-LOGIC.COM
Fri Feb 20 15:18:02 GMT 2004


should be something recent..

'ls' says Feb 18....comments say 0.52

hmm hang on, it's root only readable - d'oh..

something else to check - bayes DB AND custom rule sets need to be
read-able by the MailScanner user....;-)

Martin Hepworth
Snr Systems Administrator
Solid State Logic
Tel: +44 (0)1865 842300

Matt Kettler wrote:
> At 04:57 AM 2/20/2004, Martin Hepworth wrote:
>> try the antidrug ruleset at
>> http://mywebpages.comcast.net/mkettler/sa/antidrug.cf
>> having said that I'm running it and it didn't trigger it, but this rule
>> did...
> What version of antidrug are you using Martin? 0.43?
> Using 0.52 David's post triggered a lot of rules:
>         LOCAL_DRUGS_ANXIETY 0.01,
>          LOCAL_DRUGS_MANYKINDS 1.00,
>         LOCAL_DRUGS_MUSCLE 0.01
>         LOCAL_DRUGS_SLEEP 0.01,
> 0.5x is a very significant improvement in hit-rate over 0.43. I've added
> the ability to deal with irregular gapping patterns like the ones used
> Daniel's message.
> body LOCAL_OBFU_VGR looks painfully slow to execute.
> [\x01-\x2F\\\^_`\|\x7F-\xA1\xA4-\xA8\xAB-\xAD\xAF-\xB1\xB4\xB7-\xBB\xBF\xF7]?
> Why not just use \W? here... It would be easier to read. Why exclude so
> many individual characters over \x7F?


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