15 responses to “The WAR over SPAM”

  1. Charles Milton Ling

    It really has become a war, and might indeed be a winnable one.

    I, for one, am very happy.

    Charley

  2. bigjuju

    What BlueSec has developed will help win the war againist spam than any spam filter.

    Appears that a opt-out response towards a web site contained in the spam is the most effective. This is where spammers are the most vulnerable, the merchant’s site advertised in the spam.

    When merchants realize that if they use a spammer to promote their products and said promotion incurs a rather organized response (aka Blue security) then merchants will be less prone to use spam as a method of advertising.

  3. Spy der Mann

    And wait till a vigilante hacker makes a decentralized version of Blue Frog. Then things will get REALLY interesting B-). But until then, we’ll have to stick with Blue Frog 🙂

  4. MYBLOG by Ouriel

    Spam war can hide another more difficult to handle…

    A Spam War has been declared against an Israeli Security Startup: BlueSecurity. They claim they handle spam by attacking back Spammers who have been identified by the help of a community of users complaining they received spam. Millions of Spams…

  5. bigjuju

    The Blue Frog Community will grow, no doubt because people are tired of spam and have been looking for a ‘real” solution to stop spam. Take a look at the various message boards and see the comments.

    Spammers are vulnerable not at the point of sending spam but at the merchant sites advertised in the spam. Will merchants continue to hire spammers for their services when the backslash against these “spamvertised” sites prevent them from doing business? That is the “true” power of the blue frog community. Strike at the weakest link in the spam chain: the merchant web sites.

  6. rakeshinnovation

    THIS IS A WAR AND I AS A PART OF BLUE COMMUNITY IS WITH THE BLUE FROG AND WILL MAKE MY FRIENDS ALSO DOWNLOAD BLUE FROG. LET THE SPAMMERS BE TAUGHT A LESSON AND LET THEM EXPERIENCE THE DIFFICULTY WE FACE IN OUR EMAILS WITH ALL THOSE SPAMS

  7. Varshita

    This is great stuff…Tit for tat !!
    Yey yey !!

  8. Uraloser

    Yo Pally..
    Should i download it or not? I mean i dont want my computer to screw up so just tell me if it is safe or not . Thnx

  9. Ashis

    Yup Its complitly safe & no sypware.
    I have been using it for quite few months now.

    I have seen a reduction in the amount of spam that I use to get.

  10. Qwerty Maniac

    Its gone now… 😥 resigned in order to avoid a mass scale war they have no rights to start… shit spammers ,,,

  11. Zoidy

    I’ll make this short and sweet.

    Spammers need to be shot!

    They ruined a perfectly good program and systemt hat gave us the chance to fight back and now look what happened? Lets hope someone big like Google or that takes over as then we may have a better chance to stop these spammers in their tracks.

  12. Dan

    Clearly the best way to sort this out would be to identify all the drones/botnets/zombies and get the owners of the affected PC’s to take back control. This removes the ability to create a DDOS agaianst, well anyone! Then the spammers have no power at all. Blue Frog or its up an coming derivitives (oh yes there will be more) will have nothing to fear! the spammers on the other hand….. Vigilantees, no, Vigilence and security, yes!

  13. Rahul Gupta

    Ok , so the war is on. Good. i m happy about it.
    Spammers are a real pain in the…

    let them pay through their nose.

  14. COLOSSOS

    War against SPAM is really good step!
    The problem is that to be found someone
    (Frontier) who have the real big power to
    support this war so we can continue.
    Now days a 95% of mails include SPAM from MEDs
    till SEX…
    Most of the sites try to put in your pc a troj
    or some other bull… so they can get your INFO
    and SPAM you later…
    No trust anymore….

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