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NOMS Workshops 2008 - IEEE Network Operations and Management Symposium Workshops
Sending spam is a profitable activity for spammers and more than 95% of the Internet messages will be spams in a near future. This paper presents a tool that helps developers of anti-spam systems to monitor the current spammer behavior, monitor the performance of current anti-spam systems, and analyze new anti-spam mechanisms developed. Performance analyses for the mostly used anti-spam mechanisms are provided and the tool can be easily extended to analyze new anti-spam systems. Somedoi:10.1109/nomsw.2007.19 fatcat:twyieyxvrzbtrg3extolcu5jo4