Re: [Asrg] Spam Ecomomics

Gadi Evron <ge@linuxbox.org> Fri, 31 December 2004 07:16 UTC

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> SPAM EcoNomIc Model "SPAMEMIM" (Like "Eminem")
> 
>   NSP       -- LAYER 4  IMPORTANT
>   ISP       -- LAYER 3  
>   SPAMMER   -- LAYER 2
>   ENDUSER   -- LAYER 1  LESS IMPORTANT
> 
> At layer 3 and 4, economic attack. 
> At layer 3 and 1, technology attack.
> 
> Relationship Matrix
> 
> Layer 3 and 4
> Layer 3 and 1
> 
> There's never a relationship top Layer 2 i.e. noone spends
> time on "getting" the spammer, the efforts are focusing on 
> fixing the user.

Hi Martin. I really enjoyed your email. However, if I understood it 
right, you are saying spam costs ISP's and is not beneficial?

 From your own text I'd have concluded the opposite [if I understood you 
right].

Beginning in people paying for bigger tubes, through people paying for 
spam solutions all the way to paying for spam email solutions at the ISP.

	Gadi.

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