[ietf-dkim] Not exactly not a threat analysis
dot at dotat.at
Tue Aug 23 10:44:16 PDT 2005
On Tue, 23 Aug 2005, Keith Moore wrote:
> If you mean that trusting someone else to decide, on behalf of a large and
> diverse set of users, what is good for all of those users, is a poorly chosen
> policy - then I emphatically agree.
I think that's the only reasonably scalable way to implement spam
filtering. Most users use some kind of webmail system which has that kind
of policy determination built in (though it probably has some per-user
tuning). AFAICT the people who are best at it are the large anti-spam
specialists such as Brightmail, MessageLabs, AOL, because you need plenty
of data to get an accurate idea of who the bad guys are.
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