Proliferation and detection of blog spam

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Abu-Nimeh, S.; Chen, T.M.;

The ease of posting comments and links in blogs has attracted spammers as an alternative venue to conventional email. An experimental study investigates the nature and prevalence of blog spam. Using Defensio logs, the authors collected and analyzed more than one million... View more
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