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CAUCE

The Coalition Against Unsolicited E-Mail is an excellent place to plug into the congressional battles concerning spam. Get involved.

UXM SPAM Combat

Lots of useful tools and links for traking down spammers

Spam Complaint
Address News

This site lists and contains news about spam complaint addresses and rates them according to "Good Guys" "Unresponsive" and "Foes." It also contains links to many other useful resources for combatting spam and e-mail fraud.

Interpreting email headers

This article explains how to read an e-mail header to see where the spam really originated

INSECURE.ORG

Network Security Tools/Software (Free Download) including Nmap Open Source Network Security Scanner. Covers general computer security issues including Redhat Linux, Microsoft Windows, FreeBSD, UNIX, Hacking and more.

The Spamhaus Black List

The Register of Known Spam Operations (ROKSO) database collates information and evidence on known hard-line spam operations that have been terminated by a minimum of 3 consecutive Service Providers for serious spam offenses.
Stop Unsolicited E-mail Advertisements Tips for stopping Unsolicited E-mail Advertisements. Also contains some good info on maintaining electronic privacy in general.
SamSpade.Org Lots of tools for hunting down spammers and other network abusers. Has both online tools for tracing and an excellent downloadable Windows application for analyzing and tracing email. Has bunches of cool features.

REMEMBER TO FORWARD YOUR SPAMS:
The
Federal Trade Commission monitors the spam situation on behalf of the US government and has asked that you please forward every spam you get to: uce@ftc.gov

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