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Yahoo takes on spam, boosts e-mail storage
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 11/15/2004 01:08:00 PM.

Yahoo on Monday will begin attaching antispam technology to all of its outgoing e-mails, hoping that other providers will follow suit.

Messages from its free e-mail service will include a "Domain Key," a system that creates a digital signature for outgoing e-mail and then lets receivers verify that the message comes from where it claims. The technology tries to thwart spam "phishing" attacks where messages pretend to originate from a familiar address and then launch viruses or social engineering hacks when opened.

The changes won't be noticeable to the Yahoo Mail user, since Domain Keys are resolved in Yahoo's servers and network infrastructure. Users "simply use Yahoo Mail and get the benefit of knowing that we use Domain Keys to prevent attacks," said Brad Garlinghouse, vice president of communications products at Yahoo.

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