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How did ASSP miss thiss one???

Peter Awad-2
Wow, I think we might need to allow assp to look for spam admissions. This email went so far as to admit being porn solicitations.

Did someone forget to put Porno, Erotic and fetish in the bad word list?

Just a thought...


Peter

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: SEXUALLY-EXPLICIT?New site of erotic dating !
Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 17:28:33 -0800
From: Lorrie [hidden email]
Reply-To: Lorrie Lundy [hidden email]
To: [hidden email]


Warning!?Porno content!!


Of whom do I have the honour? :)
I am Christa. Blonde hair, Brown eyes, Slim Build, Average Breasts
Age: 21
Country: USA
Area: West Virginia(WV), Oak Hill
Interested : 
1-on-1 Sex
Erotic Letters
Miscellaneous fetish
Secret Affair
Maybe my girl-friend can like more to you?
http://geocities.com/marscatmotoribbonpamela19?fp=UjNjg.jNjg,hj
UjNjg.jNjg,hj


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Re: How did ASSP miss thiss one???

Doug Traylor
Peter,
 
My ASSP email analyser declared all the text below --original message-- to be from a spam email. 
It would have failed bayesian checking at the very least in my shop.
 
It would have definately been blocked due to the bad words included.  For that matter, many list members may not have received your email due to your including the bad words without masking them.
 
What version of ASSP?  I am using 1.1.2.b1.
 
Doug
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2006 7:29 AM
Subject: [Assp-user] How did ASSP miss thiss one???

Wow, I think we might need to allow assp to look for spam admissions. This email went so far as to admit being por* solicitations.

Did someone forget to put Por**, Erot** and feti** in the bad word list?

Just a thought...


Peter
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Re: How did ASSP miss thiss one???

Micheal Espinola Jr
In reply to this post by Peter Awad-2
spam is subjective, and ASSP uses a Bayesian filter to learn what your organization considers spam. use the tools and methods provided to teach ASSP that, that email was spam.
 
If you wish to out-right block anything containing the word "porno" in it, add that word (and/or others) to your Spam Bomb (bombRe) regex.

 
On 2/27/06, Peter Awad <[hidden email]> wrote:
Wow, I think we might need to allow assp to look for spam admissions. This email went so far as to admit being porn solicitations.

Did someone forget to put Porno, Erotic and fetish in the bad word list?

Just a thought...


Peter

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: SEXUALLY-EXPLICIT?New site of erotic dating !
Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 17:28:33 -0800
From: Lorrie [hidden email]
Reply-To: Lorrie Lundy [hidden email]
To: [hidden email]


Warning!?Porno content!!


Of whom do I have the honour? :)
I am Christa. Blonde hair, Brown eyes, Slim Build, Average Breasts
Age: 21
Country: USA
Area: West Virginia(WV), Oak Hill
Interested : 
1-on-1 Sex
Erotic Letters
Miscellaneous fetish
Secret Affair
Maybe my girl-friend can like more to you?
<a onclick="return top.js.OpenExtLink(window,event,this)" href="http://geocities.com/marscatmotoribbonpamela19?fp=UjNjg.jNjg,hj" target="_blank">http://geocities.com/marscatmotoribbonpamela19?fp=UjNjg.jNjg,hj
UjNjg.jNjg,hj





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RE: How did ASSP miss thiss one???

Lars Troen
In reply to this post by Peter Awad-2
What does your log say when it received this? I put it through the analyzer and it said spam-prob = 1.00000.
Remember assp is not based upon pre defined words. It decides if a mail is spam or not after it compares the email with the databases.
 
Lars


From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Peter Awad
Sent: 27. februar 2006 14:29
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Assp-user] How did ASSP miss thiss one???

Wow, I think we might need to allow assp to look for spam admissions. This email went so far as to admit being porn solicitations.

Did someone forget to put Porno, Erotic and fetish in the bad word list?

Just a thought...


Peter

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: SEXUALLY-EXPLICIT?New site of erotic dating !
Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 17:28:33 -0800
From: Lorrie [hidden email]
Reply-To: Lorrie Lundy [hidden email]
To: [hidden email]


Warning!?Porno content!!


Of whom do I have the honour? :)
I am Christa. Blonde hair, Brown eyes, Slim Build, Average Breasts
Age: 21
Country: USA
Area: West Virginia(WV), Oak Hill
Interested : 
1-on-1 Sex
Erotic Letters
Miscellaneous fetish
Secret Affair
Maybe my girl-friend can like more to you?
http://geocities.com/marscatmotoribbonpamela19?fp=UjNjg.jNjg,hj
UjNjg.jNjg,hj


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Re: How did ASSP miss thiss one???

Peter Awad-2
In reply to this post by Doug Traylor
Hey Doug,
Im running the CVS from about 10 days ago.
The Server has been "Operational" for about a week.
The analyzer reports my probability at 0.2
It does not seem to list any "good" or "bad" words as my previous ASSP installs have done.

It's not like this is the first email of this type I've received. I get 75-100 email a day and ASSP so far is identifying 80% as spam, and accurately. I was just caught off guard by this sitting in my thunderbird junk mail and ASSP giving it such a low score.

I'll see what happens after tonights rebuild, if things don't look better, I'll try the other advice of REGEX-ing the keywords into spam bomb.

Thanks

Peter

Doug Traylor wrote:
Peter,
 
My ASSP email analyser declared all the text below --original message-- to be from a spam email. 
It would have failed bayesian checking at the very least in my shop.
 
It would have definately been blocked due to the bad words included.  For that matter, many list members may not have received your email due to your including the bad words without masking them.
 
What version of ASSP?  I am using 1.1.2.b1.
 
Doug
 

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RE: How did ASSP miss thiss one???

Carnes, Jim
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Just curious, wouldn't most people get the email to the list simply because the email address for this list is likely whitelisted.  The content wouldn't matter.
 
 
Jim

 
 


From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Doug Traylor
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2006 9:50 AM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Assp-user] How did ASSP miss thiss one???
 
..... 
 For that matter, many list members may not have received your email due to your including the bad words without masking them.
 
 ... 
Doug
 
 
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Re: How did ASSP miss thiss one???

Fritz Borgstedt

>Just curious, wouldn't most people get the email to the list simply
>because the email address for this list is likely whitelisted.  The
>content wouldn't matter.

[hidden email] should be in the NoProcessing-List.

Adding mails about SPAM-fighting to the HAM-corpus because of
whotelisting is not a good idea.

Fritz



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Re: How did ASSP miss thiss one???

Fritz Borgstedt
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>I'll see what happens after tonights rebuild, if things don't look
>better, I'll try the other advice of REGEX-ing the keywords into spam
>bomb.

You may try
http://www.magicvillage.de/~Fritz_Borgstedt/assp/BlackRegEx-HowToUse 

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Re: How did ASSP miss thiss one???

Micheal Espinola Jr
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Exactly.  Ham pollution could be why his spam got through in the first place.

My first two implementations of ASSP worked fine with a default set
and forget.  My current employer (or rather employees) have serious
issues with polluting the Ham corpus.

Luckily, the worst offenders have been fired.

On 2/27/06, Fritz Borgstedt <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> >Just curious, wouldn't most people get the email to the list simply
> >because the email address for this list is likely whitelisted.  The
> >content wouldn't matter.
>
> [hidden email] should be in the NoProcessing-List.
>
> Adding mails about SPAM-fighting to the HAM-corpus because of
> whotelisting is not a good idea.
>
> Fritz
>
>
>
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