Tag Archives: Bayesian poisoning

Anti-Spam Mail Service Aliencamel Adds Humps

By | December 9, 2003

One anti-spam service I tried a few months back was Melbourne-based Aliencamel, which I thought was good but not perfect, have just announced some new features which may make the product more competitive in a tight marketplace. Aliencamel works as a mix of different anti-spam and anti-virus elements designed to keep out the riff-raff so you only download… Read More »

Note: Getting Your Head Around Spam

By | July 29, 2003

 This is not new, but worth passing on to those folk that would like to understand spam a bit better. Spam is a pain for all of us, and it’s not likely to get better. But the more we understand it, the more we can do something about it. If you think it’s just a bunch of sleazy… Read More »

Software: Spam Bully out of beta

By | July 2, 2003

 Spam Bully, an email spam filter that integrates into Outlook and Outlook Express, is now out of beta and officially ready to go.     I haven’t given Spam Bully a test run, but it uses Bayesian Filters, an approach I wrote about a few weeks back, so in theory should work well.   From their press release: “Spam… Read More »