[Dshield] Rise in UCE

David Vincent david.vincent at mightyoaks.com
Sun Jan 4 18:57:09 GMT 2004


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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Leone [mailto:loki at psu.edu] 
> Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2004 8:25 AM
> To: General DShield Discussion List
> Subject: Re: [Dshield] Rise in UCE
> 
> 
> well I don't have any figures to back anything up. But I have 
> a Penn State 
> Email account which I use for almost everything. But PSU is 
> too cheap to 
> put up any sort of good anti-spam solutions. Most every other 
> isp I have 
> either used, owned, or worked with has had some sort of spam 
> filter. I see, 
> however, more of a ratio every day from the ratio of real 
> emails to junk mail.
> 
> I would say back in January 2003 I would get 2 spam messages 
> for every 80 
> normal e-mail message per day (checked every ten minutes).
> By August 2003, I would get 15 for every 80 normal e-mail messages.
> By this month I am receiving 7 spam messages for every 3 
> normal e-mails.
> 
> 90% for pornography, 10% for illegal drugs.
> 
> I will definitely try Netscape 7.1 for E-mail - Anybody else have any 
> ideas? I wish the Netgear's and Linksys' had spam-blocking 
> Soho routers.
> 
> At 12:19 AM 1/4/2004, you wrote:
> >While I have seen a spike in Klez virus infected (Microsoft 
> patch and 
> >variants)
> >today, I have seen an 80% drop in UCE since December 19/  
> Most of the 
> >remaining
> >spam is Ralskey controlled sites touting drugs.
> >
> >December 18 report:
> >1481   received
> >     842   delivered
> >       3   forwarded
> >      16   deferred  (207  deferrals)
> >      28   bounced
> >     636   rejected
> >
> >January 3 report:
> >1740   received
> >    1632   delivered
> >       0   forwarded
> >       0   deferred
> >       2   bounced
> >     108   rejected
> >
> 
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