How To Determine The Origin Of Spam? - The computer may...
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The computer may be hijacked by a Trojan, which is spreading spam without the machine’s owner knowing it.
We hope this information will help you identify the spammer's ISP and report them about spam so they can take proper measures.
About The Author
Julia Gulevich is a technical expert associated with development of computer software like AATools, Advanced Email Verifier, G-Lock EasyMail, Anti-Spam Software Blocker http://www.glocksoft.com/sc/ More information can be found at Anti Spam Filter Resources http://www.glocksoft.net/sc/
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