Toward the end of last year, a hosting provider involved in sending 75% of spam emails was shut down—dropping spam levels by a whopping two-thirds. Unfortunately, according to the New York Times, spam has made a full recovery, back to 94% of all sent email. Also, like any good virus, spam has evolved to more advanced and resilient technologies as a result—so it looks like bad news all around. Photo by janetgalore. [NYT]
Spam Returns To Previous Levels: 94% Of All Email Sent
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