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IBM releases FairUCE antispam technology
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/23/2005 10:50:00 AM.

IBM introduced technology today designed to stop spam by identifying the Internet domain it came from and to help spot online scams such as phishing attacks and e-mail spoofing.
The company announced the release of FairUCE, or Fair Use of Unsolicited Commercial Email, for the company's alphaWorks advanced technology program. It cited a newly released IBM survey that indicates spam makes up 76% of all e-mail and may cost U.S. companies $17 billion to fight this year.
The FairUCE technology uses identity management features to link inbound e-mail back to its original IP address, establishing a connection between an e-mail message, the Internet domain and the computer from which the e-mail was sent, IBM said.

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