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razor spam-catcher using a collaborative filtering network
Installed size 396
Maintainer Corrin Lakeland <lakeland@debian.org>
Architecture i386
Version 2.810-2
Depends libc6 (>= 2.3.5-1), libdigest-sha1-perl, libdigest-hmac-perl, libdigest-md5-perl, libmime-base64-perl, libnet-dns-perl, libtime-hires-perl | perl (>= 5.8), libtest-simple-perl, liburi-perl
Suggests xbindkeys, xclip
File name pool/main/r/razor/razor_2.810-2_i386.deb
Description Vipul's Razor is a distributed, collaborative, spam detection and filtering network. Razor establishes a distributed and constantly updating catalogue of spam in propagation. This catalogue is used by clients to filter out known spam. On receiving a spam, a Razor Reporting Agent (run by an end-user or a troll box) calculates and submits a 20-character unique identification of the spam (a SHA Digest) to its closest Razor Catalogue Server. The Catalogue Server echos this signature to other trusted servers after storing it in its database. Prior to manual processing or transport-level reception, Razor Filtering Agents (end-users and MTAs) check their incoming mail against a Catalogue Server and filter out or deny transport in case of a signature match. Catalogued spam, once identified and reported by a Reporting Agent, can be blocked out by the rest of the Filtering Agents on the network.

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