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@Home Scans Own Customers
@Home has been scanning their own customers to see if they are running news or webservers. If you're one of their spam happy customers, cut it out. If you've been a past victim of spam coming through their networks, hopefully some good will come out of this.

USENET: a response to the USENET Death Penalty that was called against the company for the amount of spam coming from its networks. What this means is that the systems and network administrators working at @Home are using what is known as a network scanner to look for people sending unsolicited junk mail, a lot of which is often pornographic. Specifically, they are poking TCP ports 80 and 119 with a network scanner looking for HTTP proxies and NNTP proxies respectively. On January 12th, a USENET Death Penalty
2/21/2000

What Is SPAM And How To Stop It
From a user perspective there is no user-friendly SPAM blocking solution.

USENET: through Internet chat rooms, UseNet News Groups and from Internet Sites, which sell their registered user lists. One approach a user may take is to not post to Bulletin Boards, participate in Chat Rooms, or Register on multiple web sites for informational purposes. Unfortunately, even if a user refrains from all of the above, a spammer can frequently guess an e-mail address based on Domain names. Many Internet users use two or more e-mail addresses for this reason, one that is kept secretly and given
10/1/1999

Using Keyboard, Video, and Mouse over IP to Connect Remote Networks
Using Keyboard, Video, and Mouse over IP to Connect Remote Networks. Get Knowledge Linked to Remote Networks. Today’s IT professionals are often challenged by unrelenting changes in the enterprise, increased data growth and compliance regulations, and geographic distribution of assets, to name a few. Keyboard/video/mouse (KVM) over Internet protocol (IP) can help by providing an effective tool that can remotely manage servers—regardless of their physical location. When looking for a KVM over IP solution, you should consider some basic requirements first.

USENET: servers News servers (e.g. Usenet) Standalone servers Specialty Appliances (server based) Test and Development servers Dedicated data processing machines Control server In addition to the growth in the functions and types of servers, the location of servers is expanding beyond the consolidated data center with racks and racks of servers: The challenge of cost-effectively managing geographically dispersed servers has been addressed in part by the introduction of KVM over IP solutions that provide secure
10/24/2007 1:05:00 PM


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