__/ [ Stan Brown ] on Sunday 14 May 2006 00:26 \__
> Fri, 12 May 2006 12:59:38 +0100 from Roy Schestowitz
>> Apache comes with a package/module called BoxTrapper which I have used
>> happily (not necessarily to the happiness of others) for almost a year. It
>> is of course free.
> And worth less than it costs.
> I know nothing about that particular package, but challenge-response
> systems are not just a flawed implementation, they are a bad idea
> from the get-go.
I put SpamAssassin on top of BoxTrapper. This reduces the load, i.e.
intercepts messages effectively /before/ a request for verification is
sent. Moreover, I only enabled BoxTrappers on two accounts.
As a side note, did you know that half of the global traffic of spam is
estimated to have been sent from compromised Windows boxes? I find that
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