Virus bulleting getting into anti-spam
Hugo van der Kooij
hvdkooij at vanderkooij.org
Mon Mar 23 19:27:28 GMT 2009
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Alex Broens wrote:
> On 3/23/2009 10:25 AM, Martin Hepworth wrote:
>> looks like VB are moving into the anti-spam arena too.
>> Interesting spamassassin only scored 70%. I wonder if this was a
>> completely untuned out-of-the box setup as the results seem very low.
>> If anyone's got a subscription to VB would be interesting to hear how
>> they setup the systems, esp spamassassin
> "The test was run during a period of 11 days in March 2009. During this
> period, the filters saw a total of 20,764 emails,"
> HAHAHAH.. 20k mails to judge a product.... that's a couple of hours of
> flow on any halfway busy system.
> probably no Razor, DCC, Pyzor, nor any extra goodies most ppl use.
You know that a number of AV manufacurers now refuse VB to test their
products due to the poor testing done by VB.
So is any of this a real surprise?
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>Q: Are you sure?
>>A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
>>>Q: Why is top posting frowned upon?
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