[wp-hackers] Libertus Anti-Spam?
computerguru at neosmart.net
Tue Oct 10 13:22:25 GMT 2006
Yeah, reading his intro pretty much confirms yesterdays discussion..
I just think this is a very good idea, and it strikes me that it has serious
potential... Not the repetitiveness itself, but the analyzing of word
patterns in spam.
I mean, tie up a grammer-checker and a flesh-kincaid meter to a compression
test, wouldn't that work?
Don't focus on what's being said, rather focus on how it's being said?
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> bounces at lists.automattic.com] On Behalf Of Brian Layman
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> >Works for me. Strange.
> It's all up now...
> And his intro says it all
> "I have a theory that what makes a spam message is repetitiveness. My
> calculates how repetitive a message is and marks it as 'spam' if the
> repetitiveness is too high. It cannot and will not catch all spam, but
> covers those messages that contain long lists of links."
> And this uses a standard GZCompress. I suspect that this will only
> catch a
> certain kind of spam and will have to be tuned to each person's blog
> messages. For instance, Pop Song lyrics in a comment would be kicked
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