Very funny in a Google Security Blog Linkspam threats
Well researcher say only four botnets are responsible for 80% of the world spam. http://www.marshal.com/trace/traceitem.asp?article=751why people behind these nasty spam are not exposed or caught..cant blv top four of these botnets are being controlled from US.http://blog.fireeye.com/research/2008/08/srizbi-and-ru-1.htmlinstead of building system against the spam these spammer should be stopped...but i guess these big security companies wont like it..its their business...Sorry for being so harsh...but its true..
very helpful findings.thanksjayCyber Monday
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I hope I'm in the right place. That's what's been holding me up on seeking help. I have two questions actually. One concerns Gmails zero tolerance for spam. I do visit sites, I do use my gmail address and very important, I do try to make sure that I don't leave any positive clicks on them as in agreeing to anything. But this week I got hit with over 100 spam mailings. I don't know where to go to learn how to set/change my security settings. Second concern is about the IP address. I thought each computer had it's own IP address, if so, why do I show different IP addresss when I'm always using the same computer?
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