[unisog] Anti-Spam task force/team

Darden, Patrick S. darden at armc.org
Thu May 8 15:10:29 GMT 2003

Actually, there is an anti-spam admin mailing list that sends out copies of
spam as it arrives, so that people can add them to their bayesian database,
or else manually add their signatures to their anti-spam systems.  This
might be what you need in a nutshell.  It is hosted by lsoft.com, and is
named spam-l.

--Patrick Darden

-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas DuVally [mailto:thomas_duvally at Brown.edu]
Sent: Thursday, May 08, 2003 10:23 AM
To: unisog at sans.org
Subject: [unisog] Anti-Spam task force/team

Hi all
	I am looking to create an on-campus Anti-Spam group to act as guide
policy making and as a clearing house for spam info.  I have plans for
other tasks it could perform, but these are the main objectives that
will likely be the most useful to a university.

	My question is: How many of you have/are part of such a group at
institutions?  What roles do they play?

	I realize this is not really a security question, but spam is
to become a security concern and I think should be treated as such.

	Please feel free to disagree.

Tom D.

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