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Norton AntiSpam 2005

While Norton's AntiSpam 2005 seamlessly integrates into Microsoft's e-mail clients, it has performance issues. And it's neither as easy to use nor as accurate as MailFrontier Desktop.

November 2, 2004

3.5 stars Editors' rating November 2, 2004

Norton AntiSpam 2004

Norton AntiSpam 2004 earns an Editors' Choice for its simplicity, efficiency, and ability to work inside Outlook Express.

October 8, 2003

4 stars Editors' rating October 8, 2003

Reddit anti-spam sweep snares The Atlantic, Business Week

Popular link-sharing site reportedly bans a half-dozen prominent Web sites for what it sees as spammy behavior.

By June 13, 2012


Get MailWasher Pro 2012 anti-spam software for free

This Windows utility normally sells for $29.95. It works with all mail systems and supports an unlimited number of accounts.

By April 6, 2012


Google eyes 'cloaking' as next antispam target

Web sites that present one type of site to Google's crawlers while presenting another type to users may be in for a rankings shift, according to a Google engineer.

By December 29, 2010


Facebook files three antispam lawsuits

The social network has flexed its legal muscle against two individuals and a corporation it alleges were creating fake profiles and fan pages to spam and deceive users.

By October 20, 2010


Twitter steps up its antispam moves

Microblogging service posts a position for a spam engineer and tweaks the handling of suspended accounts as it suffers from an outbreak of spam.

By October 16, 2008


Six Apart to launch free antispam service for blogs

The no-fee, no-restriction comment spam-prevention service is now in beta.

By May 29, 2008


MySpace wins $234 million antispam judgment

So-called spam king Sanford Wallace is on the losing end of what may be the largest award ever under the Can-Spam Act.

By May 13, 2008


Antispam developer: New method is only a first step

A Cisco engineer behind the promising new DomainKeys Identified Mail standard warns it isn't immune to exploitation by cybercriminals, but is instead more like "a peephole in the door."

By July 12, 2007